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13 Genius Ways To Use Vinegar That You Never Would Have Thought Of

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Vinegar isn't just a great add-on to your your fries, it also is incredibly useful around the house. Whether you are cleaning, deodorizing, or doing household chores, vinegar can come in handy in a lot of ways.

Here are some of the clever ways you should be using vinegar in your home.

1. Wrinkle Removing Spray

If you don't have any fabric softener, you can make your own mixture using hair conditioner, white vinegar, and water that will help release those wrinkles immediately.

2. Refresh Your Fridge

Use a mixture of water and vinegar to wipe down the shelves in your fridge to help remove all the smells that have gotten stuck inside of it.

3. Animal Stains

If Fido has a little accident, it's important that you make sure to get all of the smell out of the carpet and the best way to do that is by using vinegar. If you first pour vinegar onto the stain and then add some baking soda on top, you can let it sit for a few minutes and then you just have to vacuum it up.

4. Get Rid Of Deodorant Stains

Sure, they always say they won't get on your clothes, but we all know that's not true. If you need to get those annoying deodorant stains out of your shirts you can use a cloth with vinegar to wipe them off.

5. Refresh Paint Brushes

If you aren't able to get all the paint off of your brushes the first time, using vinegar will get the residue from the bristles. Heat the vinegar on the stove to a simmer, then soak the brushes for an hour. Drain the vinegar and rinse them off, and the paint should come right off!

6. Freshen Up Flowers

When your flowers start to droop, you can add two tablespoons of vinegar to the water along with one teaspoon of sugar, into the water. It should help your flowers regain some life.

7. Stop Mosquito Bite Itching

A little bit of vinegar on a cotton ball can help you stop that annoying itch that comes around with mosquito bites. Just dab it on and it'll help stop the itching and disinfect the area.

But there are still so many other ways to use vinegar around your house...

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