Green cleaning: white vinegar

Green cleaning: white vinegar


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What is white vinegar?

White vinegar is also known as alcohol vinegar or crystal vinegar. It is a colorless liquid which is made up of water and acetic acid, which is obtained most of the time from sugar from beet. The percentage indicated on the bottle does not indicate the degree of alcohol but its acidity level. It is often 8-10%.

White vinegar has a strong, slightly acrid odor. But it is not a toxic product: alone or diluted in water, it does not pollute indoor air. It is also a biodegradable product.

White vinegar is a very economical multi-purpose cleaner. It can be used throughout the house. 1 liter bottle of white vinegar costs less than a euro. And it is a product that does not expire. You can therefore keep it as long as you wish. It would be a shame to deprive yourself of it!

Clean your interior with white vinegar


First of all, know that white vinegar is an excellent descaler that can be used on most surfaces, either pure or diluted in water. Leave to act for 10 minutes before rinsing to remove scale easily.

It will also be very useful in the toilet where it is enough to pour the vinegar in the bowl and leave to act for an hour before flushing the toilet. It also eliminates microbes and therefore represents an attractive alternative to bleach.

It will also descale washing machine, dishwasher, kettle or even your water jug. In a kettle or a coffee maker, you simply heat the white vinegar with a volume of water to make the tartar disappear. Rinse well then make 2 to 3 heating cycles in clean water before reusing your household appliances.

You can also use white vinegar diluted in equal parts with water to create a natural cleaner for your windows and mirrors.

White vinegar can also restore all of its shine to your glasses and silverware. To do this, you just need to dip your cutlery and glasses in white vinegar and be patient. It takes several hours. Make sure to rinse your dishes well after this bath, because even if white vinegar is not a toxic product, its residues are.

Replace your usual degreaser with white vinegar, especially to get rid of your casserole dishes or casseroles. Pour about 2 centimeters of pure white vinegar into the bottom, then bring to a boil. Do not hesitate to cover because the smell is not the most pleasant.

What you should not do : know that white vinegar alters marble and other stones. It should therefore not be applied to these surfaces.

Wash the laundry with white vinegar


White vinegar is full of resources. It can for example replace the fabric softener by mixing 1/3 of vinegar and 2/3 of water which is added to the last rinse water or in the tank dedicated to the fabric softener.

And did you know that white vinegar can also be used as a stain remover? It will be very useful in diluting it with water to remove tomato and chocolate stains.

Beware of mixtures!

Despite its ecological side, white vinegar is a product to be handled with care. There are certain associations of products not to do with white vinegar.

For example, never mix white vinegar with bleach because a toxic gas can form. This gas is called chlorine and can even be fatal in high doses. Dichlora irritates the eyes and the respiratory tract in particular.



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