3 Green Ways To Use Vinegar

We’re all looking for ways to be more eco-friendly in our daily lives. Sometimes, though, we overlook the easy solutions that our parents and grandparents already know about. Not because previous generations were more green, but because they didn’t have any other options. Take vinegar, for example. You can do a lot with this simple substance to reduce your dependency on manufactured products, and without using any chemicals that will endanger you, your household, or the environment.

3 Green Ways To Use Vinegar

#1: Use White Vinegar Instead of Febreze

No one likes stale odors in their place, but if you mix up a solution of 50 percent white vinegar, and 50 percent water, you have a mixture that will eliminate the musty air and odors in your place. Just spray and let it evaporate. It’s safe, and costs pennies when compared with chemical cleansers.

#2: Get Rid of Leftover Sticker Residue

Did you try to peel the sale sticker off your new jewelry box, or leave a piece of tape on your desk for too long? Just spray the residue with white vinegar, and scrub it away quickly. It’s even possible to peel off stickers by saturating the surface with a few sprays of white vinegar, and then scraping the sticker off with a thumbnail. No muss, no fuss.

#3: Banish Bad Odors From Your Garbage Can

Your garbage can has served you faithfully for years, but you just can’t get rid of that sour odor coming out of it. Rather than throwing out the garbage can, take a paper towel, and a piece of bread. Let the bread soak up your vinegar, then put it on top of the paper towel. Drop it in the bottom of the garbage can, and leave them overnight. By morning, the smell will be gone, and there’s no need to get a new can.

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