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It is not only useful for dressing salads, it has many uses around the house!
The qualities of vinegar go beyond cooking. Its composition based on acetic acid makes it an effective and above all economical multipurpose product. The best thing abut it? It's natural and has no added chemicals or toxins.
Some uses of vinegar are:
- Remove the lime (water and vinegar)
- Eliminate bad odors (water and vinegar)
- Clean the dishwasher (water and vinegar)
- Polishing steel (vinegar)
- Clean the oven (boiling water and vinegar)
- Clean the griddle (hot vinegar and baking soda)
- Unclog sinks (vinegar and baking soda)
- Cleans carpets (vinegar and baking soda)
- Cleans vegetables and fruits from pesticides (vinegar, water, and baking soda)
- Eliminate chewing gum on clothes (vinegar on the spot)
- Repellent against flies and ants (vinegar and eucalyptus)
- Clean the computer screen (vinegar, water and microfiber cloth)
- Clean mirrors (vinegar)
- Clean burned pots (vinegar, water, and baking soda)
- Get rid of mold on tiles (a pickled toothbrush)
- As you can see, the uses of vinegar in household cleaning are multiple. Just add water (and may be a few drops of your favourite essential oil.