Here are four ways white vinegar can clean even the dirtiest bathroom:
1. To de-clog a shower-head, fill a large plastic ziplock bag with white vinegar and tie the bag around the shower-head with a rubber band. Leave for two hours, remove, and wipe down with warm water for a shower-head that'll look brand new.
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Rhubarb isn't on most Americans' list of favorite foods, but by rubbing its leaves on pots and pans, you can remove burn marks. If the inside of your pot is scorched, fill it with some stalks and water and boil for a few minutes.
Hold the ketchup on your hot dog, but use it to clean copper or brass. The acid from the tomatoes helps fade discoloration.
Blend banana peel with water as a polishing agent for silverware.The natural oils in walnuts can lift scratches in wood furniture.
If your fridge still smells like last week's fish dinner, place a dish of dry coffee grounds to act as a natural deodorizer.
Cucumber is good in a salad, and great as an eraser for scuff marks on walls.
6. Corn starch
Corn starch thickens soups and lifts up stains! Cover a fresh carpet stain with corn starch, then vacuum up 30 minutes later.
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2. Clean bath or sink taps by soaking a hand towel in white vinegar and wrapping the soaked hand towel tight around the tap. Leave for a few hours and then remove. Your taps will come out looking twice as shiny.
3. To remove grout between bathroom tiles, use a plastic spray bottle to spray white vinegar between tiles and scrub with a toothbrush.
4. White vinegar can be used to clean all the built up germs that can accumulate on a used loofah. Soak your loofah in a bowl of white vinegar and warm water and leave overnight. Remember to rinse thoroughly before using.
The best part of these hacks is that you likely already have white vinegar sitting in your home.
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