Cleaning With Apple Cider Vinegar

Apple cider vinegar has long been heralded as a miracle ingredient for weight loss, however, its cleaning effects are not as well known. Here in this article, we highlight the wonderful things you can do with apple cider vinegar that does not involve ingesting it. If you are looking for organic and chemical-free ways to clean your home, this is the perfect guide for you.

 

 

Add Apple Cider Vinegar into your dishwasher to give it a pleasant aroma and remove stains from your kitchen wares.

 

To rid the refrigerator of any unpleasant smells, pour some Apple Cider Vinegar into a shot glass and place it in the refrigerator (somewhere it will not be knocked over). You will open the door to refreshing fragrance in no time!

 

Mix 1 part Apple Cider Vinegar with 1 part water and pour into a spray bottle. Equip yourself with a cleaning cloth or rag and get working around the house to clean any and all surfaces, including window panes and piano keys.

 

Wash out that pair of sticky scissors with Apple Cider Vinegar; it will prevent rusting and your scissors will be as good as new

 

Combine ½ cup Baking Powder with 1 cup Apple Cider Vinegar and pour in down drains to unclog them. This method is effective and no strong chemicals are used!

 

Remove sweat stains on clothing – mix 1 part Apple Cider Vinegar with 12 parts warm water and soak the piece of clothing in it overnight to get rid of unsightly yellow stains

 

Clean out the iron by filling it up with Apple Cider Vinegar instead of water and switch it on. Have the function set to “Steam” and place it upright for 10 minutes before carefully clearing out the vinegar.

Or skip using the iron altogether! To remove wrinkles from clothes, combine a ratio of 3:1 water to Apple Cider Vinegar and spritz onto any wrinkled article of clothing. Hang it up to dry.

 

Remove stains in the toilet (toilet bowl, bath tub and sink) by mixing Apple Cider Vinegar with hot water and let any porcelain furniture soak in it.

 

Bring back the shine and luster to your wood flooring by cleaning it with ¼ cup Apple Cider Vinegar + 2 cups water + 2 tablespoons olive oil.

 

Combine ½ cup Apple Cider Vinegar with 2 tablespoons Baking Soda and polish silver with it. For smaller articles of silver accessories or decorative items, let it soak in the mixture for a few hours.

 

Clean ink stains on the wall by rubbing it with pure Apple Cider Vinegar.

 

Keep your cutting boards bacteria free by washing them with pure Apple Cider Vinegar.

 

Pour 2 parts water and 1 part Apple Cider Vinegar into your coffee machine and let it run normally. Repeat this once every 3 months.

 

You can now easily get rid of those pesky burnt marks on any pans and skillets with Apple Cider Vinegar! Mix equal parts of flour, salt and Apple Cider Vinegar to form a paste and scrub out that burnt pan with it.

 

Get rid of coffee/tea stains on porcelain mugs or cups by combining equal parts salt and Apple Cider Vinegar and using that mixture to rub the stains off.

 

Rub water stains on wooden furniture with pure Apple Cider Vinegar to remove them.

 

Clean out grease on any surface by rubbing with a mixture made of equal parts Apple Cider Vinegar and water.

     

    All you have to do is to head over to your nearest supermarket and grab 2 or more bottles of Apple Cider Vinegar. You can use it to clean the house AND drink it for a myriad of health benefits, which will be covered here at FIX8 very soon in a separate article. For now, enquire more on our home cleaning services!

     

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