Desinfect baby bottles
Clean baby bottles with white vinegar and warm water. To remove the odor of vinegar, rinse with warm water.
Deodorizes stinking shoes
Soak your inner soles in a hot water and white vinegar solution for a few hours. Let dry completely before replacing.
Put undiluted white vinegar in a spray to remove weeds.
Prevents paint from flaking
Before painting walls, doors and furniture, clean them in white vinegar to prevent the paint from flaking.
Soak old rags of white vinegar and place them around the feet of your plants. Renew once a week.
Disconnect the pipes
Pour 175 g of bicarbonate into the pipeline. Add 25 cl of white vinegar and let the mousse do its magic! Finish with a hot water rinse.
Eliminates bird droppings
Spray white vinegar on the droppings to remove them easily.
Makes tender meat
Add a fillet of white vinegar to your marinades to soften the meat, even the toughest pieces.
The infallible gnat trap
Fill a small glass of cider vinegar. Cover the top of the glass with stretch film. Drill some holes in the film and bid farewell to the gnats!
Eliminates acne pimples
Wash your face. Then, with clean cotton, apply vinegar water (one volume of vinegar to 10 volumes of water) directly on the acne pimples.
Relieves baby’s diaper rashes
To soothe your baby’s red buttocks, add a few teaspoons of white vinegar into his bath water.
To remove stubborn marks, spray white vinegar on your glasses. Clean with a soft, lint-free cloth.
Makes nails stronger
Soak your nails in white vinegar for 5 min. Renew once a week for stronger nails and more supple cuticles.
Disinfect your toothbrushes and removable orthodontic appliances in a white vinegar bath. Rinse with warm water.
Eliminates odors on hands
To remove odors of garlic, meat or fish, soap your hands and rinse with white vinegar. Finish with a final rinse with lukewarm water.