Baking soda, WD-40 and dish soap are already known to many as perfect cleaning agents. For example, you can use it to clean your mattress or unclog the toilet. But did you know that there is another handy remedy that is not necessarily a cleaning agent? You guessed it, that’s vinegar. And no I’m not just talking about descaling the washing machine or the kettle. Here you will find 9 surprising ways to use vinegar in and around the house.
Vinegar is incredibly strong stuff. In fact, it’s so strong that if you can spray it on weeds and the plant won’t come back. Only eradicate the weeds this way if there are no other flowers or plants nearby. Of course, you don’t want your colorful plants in the garden to die. One option for removing weeds between other plants can be the following: gently drizzle, spray or brush the vinegar over the leaves of the weeds. The best results are if you spray it on the weeds on a dry and sunny day; as it can take a while for the weed killer to get to work. The sun speeds up the process.
Dogs and cats can suffer from itchy and flaky skin on, in and around the ears. Especially if you have a pet with floppy ears like and labrador or golden retriever, this is often a problem. Mix 1 tablespoon of vinegar with 4 tablespoons of water, put a clean cloth in it and let it soak for a while. Then use the cloth to clean the inside of your pet’s ears. Do you have unwanted cats in the yard and they use it as a toilet? Vinegar is the solution. Spray or pour a little vinegar on the spot where they lay their feces and before you know it, you won’t have any more problems with cats, because they hate vinegar. Read on quickly on the next page for the next page.