USES FOR WHITE/APPLE CIDER VINEGAR
Use full strength vinegar to remove chewing gum
Vinegar and baking soda is a well known cleaner for many things
White vinegar cleans toilets, let stand 10 min, flush, spray then scrub hard spots.
10% vinegar in warm water to clean windows, screens on PC and TV, autos, etc.
Clean drip coffeemakers – run one cycle with vinegar and then 2 cycles with water.
Let vinegar soak on stickers then scrape them off
Vinegar relieves itchy bug bites (healthy skin only)
Vinegar prevents mildew.
Vinegar and sponge for shower curtains
Cider vinegar on skin repels insects
Keep raccoons and such off of grapes with a 1 to 3 vinegar/water spray.
Vinegar wash on scratches clean them and help heal them.
Tie a baggy filled with vinegar tied over showerhead, sometimes 2 soakings are needed.
Kills weeds but dont pour a bunch in the soil – one weed killer says – 1 gal white vinegar, 2cups ebsom salt and 1/4 cup of Dawn concentrate dish soap
3 parts vinegar to one part water spray to keep puppy from chewing things
“We keep a gallon jug of water in the fridge, with one tablespoon of apple cider vinegar in it. We use this water to fill the water dishes of our cats and dog, and it keeps fleas off of them! I actually saw this on the Farmers Almanac post on Facebook, and we have tried it this whole last month, and I can’t BELIEVE how well it works! Our animals used to always have fleas bad, even with flea meds from the vet, I think we live in a flea bad area, but this year they are nearly flea free! We still see one or two on occasion, but they have mostly dissapeared! It is SO nice! Even the Animals seem grateful! Thank you Farmers Almanac! (p.s. I wouldn’t use white vinegar though, as someone on facebook said it was made from grapes, and grapes are bad for dogs, but the apple cider vinegar works great, and the dog has no problems with it, I think it actually is clearing up her dry skin conditions, and making her coat shiny too!)”