You will find a variety of different types of vinegar on supermarket shelves. Balsamic vinegar, apple cider vinegar, malt vinegar, red wine vinegar, rice vinegar, and white wine vinegar are all types of vinegar available. Vinegar does an excellent job of adding delicious flavor to leafy greens, but vinegar use also performs well in other ways such as cleaning, hair, skin and nails, and for removing funky odors.
Use vinegar for cleaning purposes
A few ways to use vinegar for cleaning
Mix white vinegar with water, and run it through your automatic coffee maker to remove lime deposits. After the first run through, let the vinegar and water remain in your coffee maker for about one-half hour, and repeat the process. Run fresh water through the machine a few times. You can also clean your facial steamer with vinegar in the same manner.
You can clean hard-water deposits and soap scum from your shower stall.
Other items you can clean with vinegar include computers, computer accessories, countertops, toilets, windows, and mirrors. Note that you should not clean marble with vinegar.
Use vinegar to remove funky odors from the air. Just leave some vinegar out in the open in a small container and wait for it to get rid of nasty smells.
Use vinegar for Hair, Skin, and Nails
Use vinegar to make your hair body and shine. Rinse just washed hair with a solution of 8 ounces of water and one tablespoon of vinegar (white) to give your hair body and shine.
Use vinegar to soften hands. Rinse your hands with vinegar, but make sure you don’t have any open wounds before doing so.
Use vinegar to make your pet’s coat shine. Add a teaspoon of the apple cider variety to your pet’s water bowl. Apple cider vinegar will keep fleas and ticks off of your dog or cat too.
Use vinegar as a toner. Diluted apple cider vinegar can also work as a toner for your skin. Do not use the toner on sensitive skin.