Vinegar has many more uses than sprinkling on your chips.
Vinegar can also be used as an effective non-toxic, all-natural cleaning solution throughout your home.
It has a wide range of uses, such as removing odours from rooms, cleaning fixtures in your bathrooms and kitchen, removing stains and spills from carpets, cleaning windows, and much more.
Here are some of them:
Getting rid of odours: Place an open bowl of vinegar in any room with bad smells at bedtime. Remove the bowl from the room the following morning after the odour is gone.
Removing stains: Try mixing one part vinegar to one part water. Liberally douse the area with the solution and blot with a wash rag. This will help take care of some of the milder stains.
Cleaning jars: Clean jars and containers with unpleasant smells such as garlic or fish in a mixture of 50 percent vinegar and 50 percent water, then rinse the jars with water. 
Remove toilet bowl stains: Spray vinegar on the inside of the toilet bowl, then use a toilet brush to scrub away the stains.
Remove stains from clothing: Tough stains such as ketchup, chocolate, wine, and jelly can be removed with vinegar. Rub vinegar directly on the stain with a soft cloth, then wash your clothes in the washing machine as usual.
Remove chewing gum: Remove this sticky mess from carpets, clothes and curtains by rubbing it with full-strength vinegar.
Clean windows: Clean panes with a cloth dipped in a solution of one part white vinegar and 10 parts warm water. This works for dirty TV screens too.
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