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5 Things You Didn't Know You Could Clean Using Vinegar

Poured into the dishwasher’s rinse aid, vinegar also removes mineral buildup from your dishwasher-clouded glasses and tableware...

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Hard water deposits

Water spots are caused by dried mineral accumulation. To remove them, fill a spray bottle with white vinegar, spritz ceramic tiles and other bathroom surfaces, and wipe them down. Poured into the dishwasher’s rinse aid, vinegar also removes mineral buildup from your dishwasher-clouded glasses and tableware.
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Soap buildup

Soap is alkaline, so you can erase its residue with a vinegar-soaked rag or sponge. (And remember, vinegar isn't safe for every type of surface—here are 9 times never to use white vinegar for cleaning.)

Mold control

Spray a mixture of one part vinegar and three parts water in showers and tubs and on other bath surfaces after use to inhibit mold growth. (Try these 8 DIY cleaning recipes for every room in your house.)



Pet and diaper stains

Acetic acid reacts chemically with the ammonia in urine. On carpet, use a sponge soaked in vinegar to blot the affected area, then vacuum. On linens, soak the stain in vinegar for 10 to 20 minutes before laundering.

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Polish tarnished silverware

Scrub tarnished metals with a paste of three parts salt and one part vinegar (spot-test to check that it won’t mar the surface), then rinse them off. (For stainless steel appliances, you’ll want a gentler approach—check out these tips for how to clean your stainless steel appliances without toxic chemicals.)

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