Make the solution:
You cannot sue undiluted vinegar on its own because it is too strong and harm the material. Make a solution composed of half vinegar and half water. Fill it in a bucket and use a clean cloth to dip into it. Another option is to fill it in an empty spray bottle and spray it on the surface you want to clean up. Wipe it with a cloth or sponge then. For stronger stains, you can use a small amount of pure vinegar. However, it is always best to check for colour change and damage before applying pure vinegar on a surface.
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In the kitchen:
Vinegar can take off the stains on your counter top and give it a natural lust. Use a cloth to wipe vinegar on to the surface and clean off. You can also clean the stove using this solution. Even better, vinegar solution can be used to clean the floor and shine it up. Vinegar also removes odours and stains from jars and containers.
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Like the kitchen, vinegar solution can be sued here to clean the floor. Spray some solution on the mirror and wipe it clean with a clean cloth. For the toilet bowl, pour in pure vinegar and scrub it around to get rid of the yellow stains. Use vinegar on any bathroom fixture that you want to clean. It is also a big disinfectant.
Vinegar can also be used as a fabric softener. When you are loading your clothes to a full cycle, add 1/2 cup of vinegar into it instead of the fabric softener you use. Not only does it break the detergent well but also disinfects the clothes.
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