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Five Amazing Ways you can Use Vinegar at Home

Blog Highlights:

  • Vinegar has unique properties; this is why it can be used to remove laundry stains, and it can be used to help you lose weight
  • Vinegar can be used to cut the grime inside refrigerators as well as to disinfect storage bins
  • Vinegar can also be used to remove rust on your metal tools
  • Vinegar can be used to kill microbes; you can use it to kill fungi on your feet, and to alleviate sore throat

Vinegar is not just a must-have for cooking; it also has a wide array of applications to offer for the rest of your home!

If for no other reason, vinegar is used in the kitchen typically to make salad dressings.

But because vinegar has unique properties, there’s so much more that you can do with it. As a matter of fact, you can even drink a mixture of vinegar and water to help you lose weight. Laundry cleaning experts also recommend vinegar when it comes to brightening your laundry’s colors, when it comes to removing stains, as well as when it comes to stopping static cling.

Here’s 5 amazing ways that you can use vinegar at home:

1.  You can use it to clean the refrigerator

Cleaning the refrigerator is a very nasty job. Without regular cleaning, the refrigerator can have a lot of grease and grime on the shelves and on its interior surfaces. Mix equal parts of vinegar and water, and spray this solution on spills and grease so you can easily remove it. You can also use this solution to clean storage bins. But when it comes to cleaning the meat and vegetable containers, you need to use the vinegar in its full strength. Put some directly on a clean cloth and wipe the containers inside out so you can prevent the growth of mold and mildew.

2. Use it on your tools

Tools that are not stored properly or those that come into contact with water will easily get rusted. Rusty tools are not trusty tools, so whenever you see rust buildup, you should consider soaking them in white vinegar. Put them in a pail and after a few minutes of soaking, brush your tools to make it rust-free once more.

3. Use it for sore throat

Apple cider vinegar can be used to help lower the pH in your mouth; this is why it can be used to help stop the growth and development of sore-throat-causing bacteria. You can also use raw apple cider vinegar to help boost your immune system as it contains prebiotic inulin.

There are two ways that you can do to get rid of sore throat using apple cider vinegar. First, you can drink a cup of warm water with one tablespoon of honey and one tablespoon of vinegar. Second, you can gargle half a cup of water with two tablespoons of vinegar. Repeat these procedures if necessary.

4. Use it to disinfect cutting boards

The cutting board comes into contact with a wide array of food items, many of which are raw. So you can avoid spreading microbes around the kitchen, the utensils, and on your food, you can mix hydrogen peroxide and vinegar or vinegar and salt to disinfect the cutting board.

You can always use separate cutting boards for different food items, but still, you will have to make sure that each one has been properly disinfected after use.

5. Use it to kill fungi on your feet

Foot fungus can be very irritating. If your feet sweat a lot or if you have nail fungus, you can use vinegar as a natural treatment.

You can soak your feet in apple cider vinegar for 15 minutes. Let it dry and put baking soda all over your feet especially on affected areas. You can also sprinkle baking soda inside your shoes so you can remove sweat and odor.

Soak your feet daily until the fungus is gone. You can also wear moisture-absorbing socks afterwards so your feet will stay dry inside your shoes.

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