The Uses of Vinegar in the Home

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One of the best home cleaning products available is vinegar. This product does not only have hundreds of uses, but is also natural, affordable, and safe for use by family members, pets, and environments. Even though vinegar has a pungent, distinctive, and unpleasant smell, this smell disappears quickly. This and other properties of vinegar allow you to appreciate the benefits that are inherent in this magical liquid. To begin with, vinegar inhibits the growth of certain bacteria such as salmonella and E. coli. It is also useful in fighting mold and mildew. When you combine the many uses of vinegar with its price and convenience, you definitely have an ultimate product for cleaning almost everything at your home.

Just to know the chemistry behind this cleaning product, vinegar is formed by the fermentation of ethanol using acetic acid bacteria. This process results into acetic acid, which combines with water to form vinegar. The process can take from hours to months depending on the desired quality of vinegar. Even though there are different types of vinegar, such as wine vinegar and balsamic vinegar, the old white vinegar is the most appropriate for your home cleaning. It is natural, inexpensive, durable and environment friendly. It is also non-toxic, biodegradable, edible, gentle on skin, and safe with children and pets.

Vinegar has several uses around the house. These include floors, walls, and windows among other places and things. Vinegar is used to clean windows with equal combination of water and vinegar. You can clean your coffeemaker by filling the water chamber with equal combination of vinegar and water. You can then turn on the brew cycle, but switch it off halfway through. Allow the vinegar solution to sit in the place for one hour. Turn the machine back to complete the cycle, and allow the coffeemaker sometimes with water only in the chamber. You can also clean the dishwasher by pouring half full cup of vinegar in the reservoir then run the cycle. Clean the floor by adding a quarter-full cup of vinegar into warm water, and then use a dry mop to scrub the floor. However, you should not try to use vinegar to clean marble or hardwood floor. 

With equal combination of vinegar and water, you can clean glassware to achieve a spotless shine. It is also useful in cleaning shower heads and getting of mineral deposits. With equal combination of vinegar and water, you can clean tiles and counter tops. There are several uses of vinegar, which include pet’s urine stains, fridge, microwave, and many other things in the house.

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