|Remove odor on fabric – Pesky odor retention in fabric that just doesn’t come out in the wash.|
Launder-Run a load of laundry on the normal wash cycle with one cup vinegar. Follow with a regular wash cycle with detergent.
**do not soak vinegar on silk, acetate, and rayon
-Apply directly on the underarm or odor area before washing
De-odorize the air, refrigerator, microwave
- Put 1 cup vinegar in a glass in the refrigerator for two days to remove odor - or keep refreshing if you have a constant problem.
-Use ¼ cup vinegar and 1 cup water bring to a boil and let sit.
- Dishwasher-Add 1/2 cup vinegar to the rinse cycle or add 1 cups vinegar with dish detergent and run a full cycle.
-Clean, deodorize and unclog drains
- Drain- 1 cup baking soda (even better is with 1/4 cup The Laundress All-Purpose Bleach Alternative) and 1 cup boiling vinegar. Let sit for 5 minutes then run hot water down the drain.
(this is also great in half proportion for the garbage disposal)
- Cutting Boards - Apply vinegar directly on cutting boards at the end of the evening and do not rinse.Countertops - Spray kitchen countertops and wipe down. (this will also keep ants and bugs away).
- Cleaning- apply vinegar to the area with a cloth or sponge
We recommend mixing vinegar with The Laundress All-Purpose Bleach Alternative for a great way for scrubbing/cleaning tubs, tiles, toilets and stained porcelain. (Use The Laundress Scrub Brush.)
Toilet- Deodorize with 1 cup vinegar, let sit for at least a half hour and then flush.
Mix equal parts water and vinegar in a pail and use a sponge or The Laundress Lint Free Cleaning Cloths towipe down walls and blinds.
Rinse dog with water. Mix 1 cup vinegar with 2 gallons of water and saturate the dogs coat with solution. Dry off without rinsing.