White Vinegar has not finished surprising us yet. It is useful in every way you can ever think about.
– We thought we had mastered all its uses but until now you are not familiar with this magical product.
– Here are 10 amazing uses of this natural product that no one knows about:
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– Prepare a mixture of half white vinegar and half water in a bowl.
– Dip your sponge in the mixture to wet the wallpaper.
– You can also use a spray bottle.
– Leave it on for 5 minutes and start scratching.
– The wallpaper should be easily removed.
– Dip your old brushes in your warm white vinegar for 30 minutes.
– The vinegar will remove the paint and soften the hair.
– Then wash them in hot soapy water while brushing them to remove the remaining paint.
– Wash the brushes with water and allow them to dry. And there they are, back like new!
– Place a handful of soil in a small container and pour a little of your product over it.
– If it wriggles, it means that the soil contains limestone and that it is alkaline.
– If nothing happens, it means that your soil is neutral or acidic.
– To descale your shower head, pour white vinegar into a plastic bag.
– Hang the bag around the showerhead.
– Leave it on overnight to remove residue and scale without any effort.
– Before painting a metal object, wipe it with white vinegar.
– This trick helps keep the paint longer. The acidity of the vinegar helps to clean and degrease the surface.
– Thus the paint adheres better and stays longer.
– This stuff also works for concrete.
– Is it difficult to remove a price tag? No worries, take out your white vinegar.
– Soak the white vinegar label with a sponge and rub.
– Repeat the operation to remove all residue.
– It works just as well for labels as for stickers stuck on glass, plastic or wood.
– Does your wooden table need cleaning? Use a mixture of white vinegar and olive oil to clean it thoroughly.
– Rub with a cloth and that is all you need to do.
– To whiten ceramic tile joints, use your natural vinegar.
– Dip a stiff-bristle toothbrush in a glass of vinegar and rub the joint.
– Say goodbye to those stubborn stains!
-Soak your old tools and rusty bolts in white vinegar for a few days.
– Wash off with water and watch the rust disappear.
– The ingredients in concrete or plaster (and other building materials) can cause painful skin irritation.
– If you are used to handling this kind of material, wash your hands with a mixture of 1 third of vinegar and 2 thirds of water.
– Do this before washing your hands. The acid in Vinegar neutralizes the alkaline content of these materials.
-And thus, no more irritations on your hands.
Like always, don’t forget to share these effective tips with your friends and family as well.
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