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Decals
Have your kids put decals or stickers in places that they shouldn’t have? You can remove decals or stickers using vinegar. Simply brush with a couple coats of vinegar. Allow it to soak in and then just wash it right off.

Carpet tip
When you scrub your carpets add a cup of vinegar to your solution. This breaks down any stains that your cleaning solution can’t.

Fireplace bricks
Are you having trouble finding a quick and easy method to clean your fireplace bricks? You can clean fireplace bricks with straight vinegar.

Wood paneling
Do you have wood paneling that never seems to come shiny? Wood paneling may be cleaned with a mixture of 1 ounce of olive oil and 2 ounces of distilled vinegar in 1 quart of warm water. Moisten a soft cloth with the solution and then simply wipe the paneling. The yellowing is then removed by wiping with a soft, dry cloth for a fresh clean and shine.

Fabric glue
Vinegar makes an makes excellent fabric type glue for your favorite purse that ripped, your hem that fell or that particular fabric glue need you have use this ‘recipe’

1 box of clear gelatine,
3 tablespoons white vinegar
3-4 tablespoons of water (just enough to stir the mixture)
1 teaspoon of glycerine

Melt the gelatine and water on low, then add the other ingredients and stir constantly mixing it well. You will have to apply this ‘glue’ while warm. And you can also store the remaining glue in a small plastic or glass jar for the next time you find a need for it by warming it up before you use it.

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