Great Uses for Vinegar

7 Great Cleaning Uses for Vinegar

  1. Unclog A Drain Using Vinegar – Mix 1/2 cup dry baking soda and 1/2 cup of salt together and pour down the drain.  Add one cup of vinegar into the drain, and allow to foam.  Set a kettle on to boil, and slowly pour into the drain.  The drain should run clear, but repeat the process for tough clogs.
  2. Spot Clean Leather Upholstery Using White Vinegar. – Simply spray on at full strength and buff with a soft cloth until clean and dry.
  3. Remove Water Rings from Wood Furniture – Mix 1 part White Vinegar to 1 part Olive Oil, and apply to the affected area with a soft cloth.  Rub WITH the grain, and then buff dry and clean with a clean cloth.
  4. Clean the Metal Plate of your Iron – Using equal amounts of vinegar and salt, scrub cold iron plate with this paste.
  5. Freshen Stinky Shoes – Believe it or not, you can revive stinky shoes by spraying the inside of stinky sneakers with white vinegar, and then placing them in a paper bag in the freezer for several hours.  Place in a sunny warm spot to dry.

    Great Uses for Vinegar
    Freshen Stinky Shoes with Vinegar
  6. Remove Sticky Residue – If your kiddo has covered your sofa in stickers, or your teenager has managed to get gum on the carpet, use a rag dipped in white vinegar to treat the affected area.
  7. Polish Silver – Soak silverware in a solution of 1/2 cup of white vinegar and 2 teaspoons of baking soda for approximately 2 1/2 hours.  Rinse with cool water and dry immediately.

Whether it’s pets that have tracked mud on your leather, a busy toddler with a pack of stickers, or a teenager with stinky tennis shoes, vinegar can help!  We hope these tips make keeping your home fresh and clean just a little bit easier.  Need more cleaning help?  Call National Dusters Today! 612-324-0283

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