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Add one half cup of vinegar to your warm bath water and you will get double the effects. You will have softer skin and clean the bathtub with less work. The vinegar will soften your skin as well as deodorize the bathtub.

For cleaning dentures, leave your dentures in vinegar for as long as you would leave them in a denture cleanser, about fifteen minutes to half an hour or longer.  Then brush them thoroughly.  Your dentures will be cleaner and whiter than ever before. Vinegar also makes a great eyeglass cleaner.  Mix white vinegar half and half with water.  Keep a tiny spray bottle handy for whenever you need to clean your glasses.  

Remove cooking smells from your hands by rinsing with vinegar and then wash thoroughly with soap and water.  Smooth a little vinegar on dried skin to help it heal. Vinegar promotes skin health; rub it on tired, sore or swollen areas.  To make a good liniment, beat one whole egg, add one-cup vinegar and one-cup turpentine and then blend.  

Vinegar naturally helps remove fat from the body; apple cider vinegar is especially good for this.  Drink some in a glass of water a few times a day and add a little lemon or honey for a better flavor.  This will also help reduce your appetite. 

You can make your pantyhose last longer by adding one tablespoon of vinegar to the rise water when washing them.


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