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6 Uses of White Vinegar Around The Home

uses of white vinegar

If your vinegar could talk, it would come clean with these surprising secrets – 6 uses of white vinegar around the home my personal favourites:

1) Ant deterrent:

Use white distilled vinegar to wash your floors and counter tops to help keep antes from invading your home.

2) Get rid of sticky stuff:

When a price tag or another stubborn sticker leaves a  gluey residue, dab the spot with vinegar. It wipes the goo right off.

3) Clothes-washing trick:

Clothes will rinse better if 1 cup of white distilled vinegar is added to the last rinse water. The acid in the vinegar is very mild will not harm fabric but is strong enough to dissolve the alkalies in soaps and detergents.

4) Keeping potatoes white:

When cooking potatoes add a teaspoon of white vinegar to the water it will keep them nice and white. Also to keep peeled potatoes from turning dark cover them with water and add a teaspoon of vinegar.

5) Boiling eggs:

By adding a little vinegar in water when boiling, if an egg should get a crack on it the vinegar will prevent the white from running out.

6) Manicure:

Before applying nail polish, wipe your clean nails with a cotton ball that has been dipped in white vinegar. It removes natural oils from the nails so that colour can adhere better and also prevents chipping!


 Do you have a great vinegar tip you would like to share?

We’re sure there are many more uses for vinegar that we haven’t mentioned above. If you have a great tip on how vinegar can be used, we would love for you to share it with our readers!

About Liz Mugo-Akuku

Liz Mugo-Akuku is the founder and publisher behind as well as a wife and mama to a very active boy. Lover of folklore, and just a girl on a journey to radiant health. I do this by eating REAL food, finding love in myself, and concocting homemade remedies. Want to join me? You know you want to!

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