For centuries, vinegar has been used as a best cheap solution to many problems, especially in cleaning stuff. And there is no person that doesn’t have it or use this product. This has been a favorite tool to your grandmother, and it is coming back for a good reason. It’s an all-purpose cleaner, brightener, herbicide and more. Just a bit of this multitasker, straight up or mixed with water, can replace many pricier products huddled under your sink. Most cleaning products fall into one of two categories: toxic or expensive. While both types will clean almost anything (or at least, anything within their limited range of capabilities), there’s a third option. It’s inexpensive and not at all poisonous to humans. It’s multi-purpose as well–one container will take care of laundry, kitchen cleaning, even bugs and weeds. This “miracle cleaner” is vinegar.
Vinegar is a weak form of acetic acid that forms through the fermentation of sugars or starches. It is completely edible, and cannot harm your stomach. And luckily for us, many things can be cleaned using it.
In this article, we are focusing on the uses of vinegar as a cleaner. In the fallowing video you can see how useful it can be when combined with vinegar toilet paper: