Spring Cleaning Tips The Safe Way 4 comments

Cleaning-Your-Home-the-Frugal-Way VinegarVinegar Institute offers many suggestions for the use of “white vinegar” as an alternative for household use, namely for a fabric softener, simple and very cost effective, a gallon can cost $2.00 and can be used in so many different home remedies. Did you know you can use vinegar as a fabric softener, easy to do and safer too. If you want a scent just add about 40 drops of your favorite essential oil to 1 gallon of White Vinegar, then add 1/2 cup to final rinse.  

Check out the many ways to use vinegar in your home:

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You can clean scissors, glass, remove dust from silk flowers, fight shower curtain mold,
eliminate odors in your fridge, clean glasses, run through your dishwasher once a month to remove soap residue, clean shower heads with a plastic bag partially filled with vinegar and use an elastic to hold in place.

Vinegar is effective in killing bacteria, germs and mold. Vinegar is an fantastic product, as the it was discovered by the ancients. And the Babylonians discovered it for a preservative and to use as a condiment. So you can see there are so many ways this simple inexpensive product can save your family a lot of money. Check out the links above for even more ways you can save and let me know what you use vinegar for in your next cleaning task.


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4 thoughts on “Spring Cleaning Tips The Safe Way

    • karren Post author

      Thank you for stopping by today. I have used vinegar to keep drains running free for many years, especially the shower.
      Have a great weekend!

  • Paulie

    I use vinegar to remove salt stains from my shoes and boots left from our massive winter months. I use one cap of vinegar to about 4caps of tap water and apply with a cloth. Takes salt stains right off. If u use plain water the salt stains come right back but with the vinegar solution it stays off until u get back in the snow and get them right back. Thank you for all the other ways to use this inexpensive product.

    • karren Post author

      Now this trick is new to me and glad you shared,I would love to add it to the other ideas as an update. Thanks for sharing.