Vinegar may appear as your resident cupboard condiment, but there are astoundingly more than a hundred benefits you can get from this wonder liquid. Here are 12 samples that you can easily prepare at home:
SOURNESS TO FRESHNESS
Flowers. In your vase, mix 2 tablespoons vinegar and 1 teaspoon sugar to a quart of tap water before placing fresh cut flowers to prolong the blooms.
Vegetables. Greens wilt when out of fridge, soak them on a tablespoon of vinegar for every 2 cups of water while prepping up for cooking.
Ant trails. Going crazy over those red and black lines crossing all over the house? Spray some vinegar to ant-prone areas (and near food storages) to keep them off!
Fleas. Protect your kitties and doggies from fleas and add luster to their fur by adding a few drops of vinegar to their drinking water.
ACIDS MAKE ‘EM LAST
Colored fabrics. Keep your clothes looking bright and fade-free. Rinse laundry by adding half a cup of vinegar to the last water wash.
Nail polish. To make your nail colors last longer, dip a piece of cotton on vinegar and wipe over nails before painting them up.
VITAMIN C- CURE
Colds. Stir in 1/4 cup of apple cider vinegar to 1/4 cup honey, then take one tablespoon of this home remedy mix 6 to 8 times in a day.
Upset stomach. Drink a cup of water with two teaspoons of apple cider vinegar.
Onion odor. Prevent your fingers from smelling like onions. Rub hands with a few drops of vinegar before and after slicing.
Home deodorizer. Freshen up a room by spraying this organic air freshener! (Vinegar neutralizes odors, and it’s smell vanishes when dry).
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