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10 Uses for Vinegar

Forget about salad dressing. This inexpensive kitchen staple—the distilled white kind, that is—can multitask in any room of the house
Brenda Nichols
Brenda Nichols • 2 years ago

This Old House helpful tip - revive gunky brushes in a bucket of hot vinegar

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Soak old paintbrushes in hot vinegar for 30 minutes and good as new. Good to know.

soak old paintbrush in hot vinegar for 30 minutes and good as new! I need to remember this!

What the post before me said (interesting): Apple Cider Vinegar- The only vinegar that can and SHOULD be consumed daily. Benefits: Helps clear acne when taken orally and applied topically. If applied topically you dilute it with water, dab it on a breakout and rinse after 15 minutes. Promotes digestion. A blocked digestive tract can lead to all kinds of skin problems. It is also a natural cure for constipation. Super high in minerals and potassium which can help slow down the aging of your skin. Helps reduce sinus infections and sore throats. Whenever we have a cold coming on this is what I have Ian and I overdose on. Encourages the growth of healthy bacteria within your body. Can help ease menstrual cramps. It has been used for centuries as a natural weight loss remedy. When purchasing apple cider vinegar make sure that its says "Raw" and "Unfiltered." This is very important. I really encourage everyone to drink at least 2-4 tablespoons mixed with water daily! You can also add a tablespoon of organic honey or stevia if it tastes too bitter for you.

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Vinegar: 10 reasons your laundry room should have it.

Every 3 months pour half a bottle of vinegar down the drain – let it sit for 30 minutes and run hot water for 1 minute. It will help keep your sink’s pipes nice and unplugged. If you have a tough clog, add a tablespoon or two of baking soda first, then pour the vinegar…let it sit for 15 -30 minutes and then flush with hot water, amazing! Side benefit to this method: If any baking soda remains, it makes for an awesome cleaning agent to just wipe up your sink!

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