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Using Apple Cider Vinegar & White Vinegar


Apple Cider Vinegar & White Vinegar Uses

A note to remember is to use apple cider vinegar for personal care and health and use white vinegar for cleaning and cleaning products.

Apple cider vinegar is well known for helping with many illnesses, cleaning products and personal care products so we have put together a section on this site only for apple cider vinegar uses.

Always have a small spray bottle filled with apple cider vinegar for personal care and one filled with white vinegar for cleaning and odor uses.

Personal Care

Medicinal Uses

Pets and Animals

Outdoor Uses

Laundry Uses

Cooking

Cleaning Uses

Odor Control

Miscellaneous Uses


Personal Care

1. Hair Rinse - Use apple cider vinegar daily as a hair rinse. It is a natural product that helps your hair to shine.

2. Corns and Calluses - To remove corns and calluses, soak a piece of cloth or a bandage in the apple cider vinegar and wrap it around the corns or calluses. Wrap it in plastic wrap and leave it overnight.

3. Fade age spots - Mix together 100ml of onion juice with 100ml of apple cider vinegar. Use this mixture on age spots each day. It will take a few weeks to see it's benefits.

4. Hands Softener - Spray apple cider vinegar onto your hands each day to keep them soft.

5. Head lice treatment - Nits (head lice eggs) use a glue substance to stick to the strands of hair. Use warm apple cider vinegar on the hair. The vinegar is known to dissolve the glue the nits use to attach to the hair strands. Also use a nit comb and dip it in the vinegar each time you run it through the hair.

6. Skin Cleanser - Use vinegar as a skin cleaner instead of soap. Soap has alkaline as compared to skin pH. Add 50% vinegar to 50% water and shake well.

7. Bath Soak - Add 2 cups of apple cider vinegar to a warm bath and soak in it. It will add potassium to sore aching muscles.

8. Mosquito Repellent - Add 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to a spray bottle of water. Spray on as you would a mosquito repellent and it will keep them pesky pests away.


Medicinal Uses

1. Sore Throat - For a sore throat add 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar to a glass of warm water. Gargle this solution every hour or when needed, Swallow the mixture twice after you have gargled it.

2. Mucus in the throat - Stir 5 tablespoons of honey with 5 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and stir till it is mixed well. Take 1 tablespoon of the mixture when you need to. This amount should last a day or two. Can be kept in the fridge.

3. Weight loss - To help you to lose weight, drink a glass of water with 1 tablespoon of apple cider vinegar and 1 tablespoon of honey before every meal.

4. Varicose veins - Take a cotton ball and soak it with apple cider vinegar. Pat the soaked cotton ball onto your varicose veins. The vinegar will reduce the pain and swelling of the veins.

5. Antiseptic Spray - Use vinegar as an antiseptic for abrasions, mosquito bites, insect bites or any other skin problems. Simply spray vinegar onto the affected area. It's even good for sunburns.

6. Hiccups - Gargle on apple cider vinegar to stop hiccups.

7. Athletes Foot - Add some vinegar to your bath water and soak in it for half an hour each night before going to bed.



Pets and Animals

1. Pet Odors - Use white vinegar to get rid of pet odors in your carpet. Pour the vinegar straight onto the carpet where the odor is. Leave it for soak in for 5 minutes then blot the carpet with a paper towel. Keep blotting until there is no more soil. Finish with a tiny bit more vinegar and let it air dry.

2. Fly repellent for horses - Add a quarter of a cup of apple cider vinegar to your horses grain each day to keep the flies away. I have been using this method for years now and it really does work.

3. Pet Bowl Cleaner - Each month I clean my pet's bowl's out with either white vinegar or apple cider vinegar.

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Outdoor Uses

1. Weed Killer - Heat up a bottle of white vinegar and pour on grass and weeds to kill them. I have also used plain vinegar in a garden sprayer bottle. For thick grass and weeks it will take a couple of times to work. This method should used on a fine sunny day.

2. Fly Deterrent - Pour white vinegar around your pool to keep the flies away. Also helps in keeping the mosquito's away.


Laundry Uses

1. Fabric softener and static reducer - Use white vinegar as you would use your fabric softener. It's a great natural fabric softener and it also reduces static electricity in your clothes.

2. Diaper Sterilizer - Add 2 cups of vinegar in your diaper bucket to soak cloth diapers in. This takes out all the smell and stops the diapers from staining.

3. Stain Remover - Keep a spray bottle filled with 50 part white vinegar to 50 part water near your washing machine. Spray on clothes that have stains as you would with a commercial stain remover before you put them in to be washed.


Cooking

1. Cooking Eggs - Use a tablespoon of white vinegar in the water when you cook your boiled eggs. It will help the eggs keep their shape.

2. Salad Dressing - To make a salad dressing, Mix together vinegar and olive oil. Cut up some of your favorite herbs and add to the vinegar, olive oil dressing. Use this on top of your salads, fish ect.

3. Marinade - Add 2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar to your meat marinade.

4. Meat tenderizer - Vinegar is a great meat tenderizer. Add a tablespoon to the cooking water when you are boiling your meat for stews ect.


Cleaning Uses

1. Window Cleaner - Mix together a quarter of a cup of water with a quarter of a cup of white vinegar. Put this mixture into a spray bottle and use it to wash your windows. If you wipe your windows with scrunched up newspaper they will always sparkle.

2. Toilet cleaner - Use white vinegar to clean your toilet. It is good to have white vinegar in a spray bottle and spray it at night and let it stand overnight. It will help to keep germs away.

3. Copper and Alloy cleanser - Make a paste by mixing white vinegar with salt. Use this paste to clean tarnish from copper and alloy surfaces.

4. Dish Washing - To rinse your dishes after you have washed them use 50% white vinegar and 50% warm water. This will take the soap off the dishes and off your hands at the same time.

5. Floor Cleaner - Add a half a cup of white vinegar to your bucket of water to mop your vinyl floors. Not only does it make them shine but also kills the dust mites.

6. Calcium Deposit Cleanup - Use full strength white vinegar on calcium deposit buildup. Let it soak in.

7. Coffee Maker Cleaner - full the coffee maker reservoir half way with white vinegar and run it through. Then run through plain water. This will clean out your coffee maker.


Odor Control

1. Air Freshener - Mix together 1 teaspoon of baking soda with 1 tablespoon of white vinegar. Add 2 cups of plain tap water and mix well. Put this mixture in a spray bottle and use as a natural air freshener.

2. House odors - Place white vinegar in shallow bowls throughout the house to absorb household odor's.

3. Wall Paper Remover - Put white vinegar into a spray bottle. Remove the top layer of the wall paper and then spray the vinegar onto the wall. Let it soak in for around 10 minutes. Then pull off the under layer. Use a paint scraper to remove the excess glue. Use the vinegar to spray if you get stubborn spots. This works great and is so cheap.


Miscellaneous Uses

1. Chewing gum remover - Heat some white vinegar either in the microwave or on the stove top. Saturate the area where the gum is stuck. It will dissolve the gum.

2. Keep ice and frost off your windscreen - Use white vinegar to wash your car windows to keep ice and frost off them in winter.

 

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