Household uses: Page 7
Do you find it difficult to keep your no wax floors clean? Use a mixture of ½ cup of vinegar to a gallon of water when mopping
Is your trim, doors, or other woodwork in your home stained and varnished? If your varnish is looking a little old and cloudy, softly
rub with a solution of one tablespoon of vinegar with a quart of warm water. After washing, dry with a lint free cloth for the perfect shine.
An inexpensive and great way to clean your windows is using 1 part warm water and one part vinegar. Wash the windows with
this solution and dry with a lint free rag. The dust is removed, smells clean, kills mold, and even removes paint from the window glass!
If you have an aquarium you already know how hard it can be to keep your aquarium clean. To remove the hard mineral deposits that form on
the top of where the water is in the aquarium wash with straight vinegar and then wash with soap and water as usual for a streak through clean shine.
Do you have sagging cane; ribbon or bamboo chairs that you just can’t part with yet? Sponge these chairs with a solution of half water and
half vinegar and then place them out in the hot sun to dry. The sagginess will lessen.