EVERY avid cleaner knows that vinegar can be used to clean almost anything.
But it turns out it can be used for more than just cleaning and can even help your furry friends.
Cleaning and organizing pro Caroline Solomon recently shared five surprising uses for your vinegar aside from using your fish and chips.
The cheap liquid turns out to be a great natural flea repellent. Simply spray equal parts vinegar and water on your cat or dog.
The pro said, “Fleas don’t like smell or taste!”
It’s also a perfect weed killer, according to Caroline, all you have to do is mix equal parts vinegar and dish soap and coat weeds in the solution, preferably on a sunny day.
In a pinch, vinegar can also remove old wallpaper.
So if you’re in a hurry to redecorate, you might already have the answer sitting in your kitchen cupboards.
Simply mix with water and spray directly onto the wallpaper to be removed.
If you want to get rid of a bruise on your leg in time to wear a short dress, fear not.
Soaking vinegar in a washcloth and leaving it on the injured area can help drastically reduce the appearance, according to the cleaning talent.
And if you’re struggling with unpleasant odors from your trash cans, you can get rid of unwanted odors by soaking a piece of white bread in vinegar and leaving it on the bottom of the trash can overnight.
Other avid cleaners loved the tips, with one saying: “Great tips! Vinegar rocks!”
Another added that it “helps relieve pain after a bee or wasp sting.”
While another user commented, “Helps with acne too!”
Others warned to be careful when spraying vinegar on animals.
https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/5541800/cleaning-pro-swears-by-60p-item/ I’m a cleaning pro and swear by a 60p item you probably already have – you can use it on pets, surfaces and even plants