1- Clean the tap:
To clean your faucet, simply dip toilet paper in a bowl containing white vinegar. Then apply it on your faucet so that you can wrap it. Leave on for about 5 minutes and remove the toilet paper. Then, use an old toothbrush to rub the tap, it will be cleared of all its dirt in no time.
2- Descale a kettle:
After several uses, scale can accumulate in your kettle and it is sometimes difficult to get rid of it. For this, pour two equal parts of white vinegar and water into your kettle. Then heat the water and let it rest for a few minutes. The hot vinegar will descale the kettle and rid it of traces of limestone. You can also use hot vinegar to clean your toilet.
3- natural disinfectant:
With all the bacteria that can invade the boards, white vinegar can be a great way to disinfect them. So, dip your sponge in white vinegar and rub your board with it. The acetic acid in white vinegar will get rid of bacteria, stains and bad smells.
4- Remove stubborn odors from fabrics:
Some odors are difficult to remove from your tissues. The antibacterial and antiseptic properties of white vinegar help neutralize odors once and for all. Dilute one-third vinegar in two-thirds of water and pour the mixture over the affected area, leave on for a few minutes, scrub and wash your fabric normally.
5- Soften the laundry:
You most often use bleach to soften your linens, but this product contains chemicals that are potentially harmful to your health. So, for safety, use the best you have on hand, namely white vinegar.
Add half a cup of white vinegar to your washing machine, this will preserve the color of your clothes and make them softer.
6- Shine the mirrors and windows:
To clean your windows and mirrors from stains and scratches, wet your cloth with a little white vinegar and rub. Then wipe with a dry cloth or let it dry. You can also prepare your own cleaner by mixing 2/3 water and 1/3 vinegar in a spray bottle.
7- Clean the bowl:
For a clean bowl without tartar, pour white vinegar, make sure it covers the walls well. Rub well with a broom and leave on for several hours (at least 3 hours), preferably overnight. The descaling and antiseptic properties of the vinegar will clean the bowl and rid it of bacteria.