White vinegar is a weak acid first discovered some 10,000 years ago. The clear liquid has been produced commercially for about 2,500 years, and its uses are seemingly innumerable. Frequently found on kitchen shelves, white vinegar is inexpensive and features many household applications.
Used as a preservative by the Babylonians, Greeks and Romans, other cultures believed white vinegar to be a health tonic, as its acetic acid content makes it very effective in killing bacteria, mold and other germs. A completely natural product, white vinegar is often used in cooking, and is one of the most effective all-purpose cleaners you’ll find thanks to its powerful disinfecting properties. It also works as a remedy for bruises among other health and beauty features. Use white vinegar in place of expensive commercial cleaners that contribute to poor indoor air quality, allergies and other health issues.
White Vinegar Household Applications
Once you start using white vinegar to keep your home clean, you’ll wonder how you ever went without it! Let’s take a look at some of the many household uses for this amazing liquid.
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