First came the wheel, second was Vinegar. The first documented evidence of vinegar being used was by the Babylonians about 3000 BC. What did they use it for? For brewing figs, dates, and beer, as while for culinary and medicinal purposes. Basically vinegar was the first multi-use product good for cooking, cleaning, brewing, preserving, and lawn care.
(White vinegar has the most universal use).
Vinegar Can (Literally) Clean Anything
Spray this all natural, non-aerosol cleaner on all types of furniture. The vinegar will cling to the dust and help clean as well. Pro-Tip: Add a natural oil (such as lemon essential oil) to the vinegar spray bottle to give your cleaning a citrus sense.
Suede and leather are easily cleaned with a cloth (or soft bristle brush) and vinegar. Adding baking soda to white vinegar makes an effective cleaning solution for white shoes.
Screen Cleaner for phones, tablets, computers, TVs and Glass
Keeping a spray bottle of vinegar around will allow you to quickly clean all your electronic screens, glass displays, windows and glasses.
Mop the Floors
Use cold water and white vinegar in your mop bucket. Vinegar is a safe cleaner for most hard surface floors.
Cleaner for Areas the Sick has Been
Vinegar is an antibacterial making it a perfect for killing germs and refreshing a home after a sickness has been in the building.
Humidifier tank regularly collects mineral deposits and other grime. Using vinegar will clean any hard water stains and mineral deposits.
Spray Vinegar on the stovetops, counters, sinks, and floors to clean grease effectively from all these surfaces.
Wrinkle Release Spray
Vinegar will work to release wrinkles from clothes. Mist vinegar on wrinkled clothes or mix vinegar and water into the iron to steam iron clothing.
Cleans The Washing Machine
Washing machines collects grime. Add vinegar to the washing machine, let it soak and then run the machine.
Carpet Stain Remover
Apply a mixture using one part water and vinegar. Soak the stain and sprinkle baking soda. Wait for 5 minutes and vacuum up the powder. This technic will remove urine smells from carpet.
Removes Soap Scum
Pour some white vinegar on a sponge or cloth and wipe. Works well in bathrooms.
Candle Wax Remover
Spilled candle wax is easy to remove with the help of vinegar. Just heat up the wax with a hair dryer and then sop it up with a paper towel. Remove any leftover wax with a paper towel soaked in a solution of half water and half vinegar.
Pour vinegar into ice cube tray and freeze it. Drop frozen ice cubes into the disposal. Use vinegar to remove any other strong odors, just spray or wipe down smelly areas.
Vinegar as Weed Killer
Vinegar is better for your family and pets. Apply vinegar to weeded areas. Vinegar will kill the weeds.
Stainless Steel Cleaner
Spray undiluted white vinegar on stainless steel or chrome, then buff off with a polishing cloth.
BONUS: Beauty and Hygiene help with Vinegar
Soak Feet for Soft, Smooth Feet
Pour Listerine and vinegar into tub. Soak feet for about ten minutes for soft and smooth feet.
Make a detox bath with Epsom salt, apple cider vinegar, and bentonite clay.
Clean Oily Skin
Use a face cloth with vinegar to clean and soften the skin. Vinegar helps to kill bacteria that can contribute to breakouts.