Many Uses Of Vinegar

Posted: October 13, 2011 in Daycare, Home

 
Cleaning Solutions

  • Coffee Pot and Tea Pot Stains – Take an equal amount of water & vinegar let it sit in the pot for 30 minutes… or more depending on the stain. Rinse good when you done
  • Furniture Polish Booster — Simply add a few drops to the polish you have now and instant boost
  • Brass 7 Copper Cleaner – Take an equal amount of Lemon juice and vinegar …Apply Carefully just glazing the item with the material. Let stand 5-7 minutes. Take a fluff-free cloth and polish off
  • Tile & Other Heavy Duty Surfaces –Wet a cloth with lukewarm water, wring it out. Add some vinegar to the cloth. Apply to the surface. Let dry. Buff it with a clean fluff-free cloth
  • Stainless Steel Pans (and other utensils) using bicarbonate of soda and a towel moistened with vinegar
  •  Window Cleaner- Pint of warm water 2 teaspoons of vinegar and mix
  • Marble, Tiles and Paintwork Cleaner   – ½ a pint of paraffin mixed with a ½ pint of vinegar. This mixture can also cleans most (not all) types of furniture.
  • Dust (small metal objects like bolts) place object in vinegar until the residue dissolves  

  • Whitewash and Distemper Splashes – wipe off with vinegar
  •  Steam Iron Mineral Deposits  —  take an equal amount of vinegar and water, let it steam out
  • Removal of stickers and gooey residue — Soak the item in vinegar till the pieces float apart. Be careful what you apply the vinegar on, some things can have vinegar sitting on it for longer than others
  • Winter Salt From Shoes – Wipe the shoes off with a wrong out towel in a mixture of equal water and vinegar

Laundry

  •  Ring around the Collar (and Cuffs) – take an equal amount of baking soda and vinegar. Make it a thick paste. Take a toothbrush (old toothbrush) scrub it onto the stain. Leave for an hour and wash it like you normally do
  •  Face Towel, Dish Towels get slimy, smelly and sour — soak in vinegar and water overnight. Rinse out in clean water in the morning and wash the cloths normally
  •   Ink stains—soak in vinegar for an hour and then wash.

  •   Maintain the colors on stripes cloths— Wash in Warm water, add 1 cup of vinegar and use the same amount of detergent you normally would.
  • Whitewash and Distemper Splashes in cloths –  soak an hour  vinegar then  wash normally
  •  Fabric Softener– mix 2 cups bicarbonate of soda, 2 cups vinegar, and 4 cups water and a quarter cupful to your final rinse
  • Scorched Laundry Boil Juice from lemon, 2 ounces of Fullers Earth, 1 Cup of Vinegar, ½ ounce of soap …Spread over scorched article …Leave to Dry. After it has dried wash as normal.

 

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