10 Green Clean Ideas to Sparkly Clean Your Home using White Vinegar | Leverage Ambition

Cleaning your home with harsh chemicals can have negative effects on the household items you clean. Harsh chemicals can also scar skin and hands by accident, which can have long term negative effects on lifestyle and living. The great news is that there are many green cleaning ways to clean your house without the use of harsh chemicals, that can have a negative effect on your home and the people in it.

White vinegar is such a versatile liquid that is usially made out of fermented grain alcohol. It is made of usually about 5% acetic acid and 95% water. This natural non-toxic over achiever can green clean almost any surface without damaging it. The only initial sting is the pungent smell that goes away after the vinegar mixture evaporates, just make sure it is watered down prior to cleaning so that the smell leaves as quickly as possible. If it bothers you initially, you can always use a fan to dry up the formula fairly quickly.

Here are 20 green cleaning uses with white vinegar to give your house that extra sparkle it really needs in the New Year!

1. White Vinegar can help keep your car windows frost free. Use a 3 part vinegar to 1 part water solution and spray on the windshield, wiping it in circles for frost free windows.

2. White vinegar can help clean dirty grout tiles in your bathroom and kitchen. Make them sparkly white again by spraying them down, letting it dry for a half an hour. Spray again then wipe down, using a grout scrubber to get the nitty gritty dirt out.

3. White vinegar can be used to clean your laptops and phones. Put some vinegar on a dampened cloth and wipe down fully. This can be used for Kindles, Androids and iPhones alike.

4. White vinegar can be used to remove mold on walls. Use a sponge to soak up the vinegar and wipe down any mold on the walls.

5. White vinegar can be used to brighten up white shirts and can even whiten some older yellow shirts you may have. Just put in a half to a full cup in the laundry in the preload area so that it’s in the machine before you turn it on.

6. White vinegar can be used to clean the toilet. Let a cup of vinegar sit overnight in the bathtub and then flush. You can use half baking soda and half vinegar to fizz and clean scrub the toilet to may it shine like the top of the Chrysler building.

7. White vinegar can clean glass windows. You can use white vinegar in a spray bottle and spray windows while wiping them down with a microfiber cloth.

8. White vinegar can be used for carpet stains. First sprinkle baking soda on the carpet stain and let sit for 20 minutes. After, mix half white vinegar and half liquid detergent together in a bowl. Take a sponge and rub out the stains.

9. White vinegar can be used to clean inside the refrigerator. Wipe down surfaces to deodorize and sparkle like new.

10. White vinegar can be used to clean stainless steel sinks. Stainless steel can get really dull as time goes by, so using a white vinegar spray with a damp sponge can rub out any old scum and produce beautiful shiney new results.

Do you incorporate white vinegar into your green cleaning routine in your home?

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