Laundry & Washing With Vinegar


Vinegar Laundry Uses

Doing the laundry is a never-ending task that most people hate, espcially is you wash something once and it just doesn't clean as well as you expected. Little known to many people, however, is that ordinary household vinegar is very useful in the laundry when it comes to ensuring that your clothes are clean, soft and free of lint.

  1. Remove Ink Stains With Vinegar        Add Comments
    Using vinegar whilst you are doing you laundry washing is a great way to get rid of hard to remove ink stains from your shirts and clothes. Simply soak the affected area in vinegar for an hour beforehand and then wash the clothes in your normal way and the ink stain will be completely removed.
  2. Remove Grime From Shirt Collar And Cuffs        Add Comments
    If you have shirts with hard to remove grime on the collar and cuffs then one of the best ways to remove this grime is to cover it with a paste of vinegar and baking soda. The you let the shirt sit for 20-30 minutes before putting it into the washing machine with the rest of your laundry and washing the shirt normally.
  3. Make Your Own Environmentally Friendly Fabric Softener        Add Comments
    If you are environmentally conscious then you can make your own fabric softener that is cheap and good the the environment. All you need to do is simply combine 2 parts baking soda, with 2 parts vinegar and 4 parts water. Then use ¼ cup of the mixture in the washing machine just as you would for a normal fabric softener that you bought from the shop.
  4. Remove Scorch Marks From Linen        Add Comments
    If you have ever scorched linen whilst ironing then you do not need to throw out the affected sheet or tablecloth. The scorch marks has be removed by covering the marks for 24 hours with the following home made solution and then washing normally. The solution consists of 1 cup white vinegar, 15 grams soap, 50 grams of fuller's earth and ¼ cup of lemon juice, mixed together and then boiled. On heavily scorched linen you may need to repeat the process, however this is generally not required for most scorch marks.
  5. Clean Smelly Kitchen Cloth With Vinegar        Add Comments
    Whenever your kitchen or laundry cloth becomes smelly or slimy then you can clean it thoroughly by simply using vinegar and water. Simply let the dirty wash cloth soak overnight in equal parts of water and vinegar and then in the morning rinse it clean.
  6. Remove Salt Stains From Jogging Shoes With Vinegar        Add Comments
    If you have white salt stains and marks on jogging shoes that you can clean by using water and white table vinegar. Simply wipe the shoes with a clean cloth that has been dipped in a solution of water and 1 tablespoon of white vinegar.
  7. Reduce The Amount Of Lint On You Clothes        Add Comments
    If you add a ½ cup of white vinegar to the wash cycle of your washing machine you can noticeably reduce the amount of lint on you clothes. This little trick will definitely save you time later on when it comes to removing the lint before ironing your clothes.
  8. Add Vinegar If Washing With Hard Water        Add Comments
    If you live in an area that suffers from what is known as 'hard water' then you will know that normal detergents do not work as well as they do in other regions. However, by simply adding $frac12; a cup of white vinegar to your laundry washing it will have the effect of softening the water allowing the detergents to do their job better. This is because you are effectively adding a mild acid to the water so the other minerals in the hard water are nullified.
  9. Add White Vinegar To Final Rinse Cycle        Add Comments
    When it comes to washing your family's clothes you should add ¼ cup of white vinegar to the final rinse cycle. Doing this will help to remove any alkaline detergent residue from the clothes, reduce the amount of static cling and also work as a natural fabric softener to make the clothes nice and soft.
  10. Clean Your Steam Iron With White Vinegar        Add Comments
    When it comes to ironing your clothes always make sure that you iron is clean and free from any mineral deposit build up before you start. A cheap and effective way to clean your steam iron is by filling it with ½ white vinegar and ½ water and then make it steam until all of the liquid is used up.

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