20 Practical Uses of Vinegar for Parents

20 Practical Uses of Vinegar for Parents


As parents we are faced with many different challenges each day.  One of the big ones is cleaning up messes around the house.  You can spend lots of money on expensive cleaners to try and get stains out and clean up, or you can spend a few bucks on a big bottle of vinegar and find natural ways to to use it around the house.  Here are 20 practical uses of Vinegar for Parents to help you clean up and more:

  1. Make all purpose cleaners by pouring with equal parts into a spray bottle
  2. Clean dirt off your computer and mouse with a little vinegar and a q tip
  3. Clean and polish chrome and stainless steel
  4. Use as a fruit wash-rinses away germs
  5. Erase ballpoint-pen marks
  6. Erase crayon marks from clothes
  7. Remove stickers and price tags
  8. Disinfect cutting boards
  9. Remove carpet stains
  10. Remove candle wax
  11. Conceal scratches in wood furniture
  12. Get rid of water lines on furniture
  13. Wash out your washing machine and dishwasher with 1/2 cup
  14. Help bruises heal faster by applying a little vinegar
  15. Clean your toothbrushes
  16. Unset old stains
  17. Soak out blood stains
  18. Kill weeds in the yard
  19. Clean cloths and sponges
  20. Keep unwelcome guest out of the garden
  21. Clean and disinfect baby toys
  22. Spray vinegar along doorways to keep ants away
  23. Treat a bee sting by pouring some undistilled vinegar on it
  24. Relieve sunburn by lightly rubbing it with vinegar
  25. Keep car windows frost free

Do you use Vinegar for anything else not on the list?  Let us know.  Comment below.

Thomas Brogan

Thomas Brogan, a native of Des Moines, was the original founder of Des Moines Parent and is a father to an 8 & 10-year-old. In his free time, he likes to explore nature, try new local restaurants and enjoy life as best as he can. Check out more of Thomas at www.broganlist.com.

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