I’ll be honest in admitting that prior to living in my own house, I kind of underestimated vinegar in terms of its cleaning abilities. I was fully aware that vinegar is essentially a powerhouse in terms of what it can do for a variety of things while living with my mom and dad, but because my mom is the female version of Mr. Clean, I wasn’t responsible for cleaning too much. I took care of my own room and helped clean up after meals among other household chores, like unloading the dishwasher and helping with laundry, but nothing too intense in terms of cleanliness.
Now that Blaine and I are in our home, I’m responsible for all of the cleaning. Blaine helps where he can, which I sincerely appreciate, but for the most part, cleaning is on my to-do list, and I’ve been learning a thing or two in the realm of cleaning since living here.
*Vinegar enters the chat.*
Vinegar is like the Michael Jordan of the cleaning world. It can be used to clean and disinfect just about everything, and I’m not exaggerating when I say that. Got a piano that’s been collecting dust more than it’s been making music? Vinegar. Tired of looking at water rings on furniture? Vinegar. Need to breathe some life back into a faded, desolate rug? Vinegar.
If you don’t believe me, feel free to take a look at the following article which explains 95 different ways to make use of vinegar: https://www.rd.com/list/150-household-uses-for-vinegar/
Is there another cleaning product in existence that offers 96 different cleaning methods? I don’t think so, and I’m willing to bet that there are more than 95 ways to use vinegar to clean, anyways.
Do yourself a favour and go grab a large jug of this magical stuff, if you don’t own any already, and get to work. It’s a far more efficient, cost-saving and environmentally-friendly cleaning solution than most other cleaning products on the market.
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