Vinegar is an aqueous extract of acetic acid and trace chemicals that may include flavorings. Vinegar comprises of roughly 5–8% acetic acid by volume. Normally, the acetic acid is composed due to the fermentation of ethanol or sugars by acetic acid bacteria. There are many kinds of vinegar, depending on source materials. Vinegar is now largely used in the culinary arts: as a delicious, acidic cooking ingredient, and pickles.
Here’s a list of fascinating things that vinegar can do:
- Use vinegar in a steam cleaner to diminish soap bubbles.
- Mix vinegar with linseed oil and use it to wipe your wood.
- Tidy your eyeglasses by cleaning each lens with a drop of vinegar.
- Soak new propane lantern wicks in vinegar for few hours. Let dry before using. The wick will burn longer and more vivid.
- A blend of salt and vinegar will clean coffee and tea stains from chinaware.
- To cleanse vegetables, soak wilted vegetables in 2 cups of water and a tablespoon of vinegar.
- Boil better eggs by combining 2 tablespoons of vinegar to the water before boiling.
- Remove grass on walks and driveways.
- Improve soil acidity. In hard water areas, add a cup of vinegar to a gallon of tap water for watering acid-loving plants like gardenias or azaleas. The vinegar delivers iron in the soil.
- Freshen cut flowers by combining 2 tablespoons vinegar and 1 teaspoon of sugar for each measure of water.
- Soak your feet in white distilled vinegar to stop the athlete’s foot.
- Drink a teaspoon of white distilled vinegar to hold the hiccups.
- Pantyhose last longer when washed with water containing 1 tablespoon of white distilled vinegar.
- Massage white distilled vinegar into our scalp, rinse, then wash with regular shampoo and remove dandruff.
- An open dish of white distilled vinegar will help eliminate paint smells from a room.
- Salad dressings, sauces, marinades, ketchup, mustard, and pickles are all made with white distilled vinegar.
- Soothe a painful throat with a mixture of apple cider vinegar, water, and honey.