Seriously, it has become my miracle product. I was hesitant to use it on my windows and piano at first, but it leaves them completely streak-free.
I dilute the vinegar half and half with R.O. water, and put it in a dollar store spray bottle.
**Don't mix vinegar and bleach **
Thankfully, before I did this I read that it creates a dangerous gas.
I use it as fabric softener in my rinse cycle. It actually makes my towels just as soft and fluffy as the Downy brand. Sure, it doesn't have the perfume smell... but it doesn't smell like vinegar at all either. Who wants all those strong perfumes on precious little baby skin anyhow? I have heard that you can add essential oils to it, to create a nicer scent.
Now, I've saved the best for last. I honestly didn't believe it when my neighbour suggested using vinegar in your hair. I thought "I'm going to walk around smelling all pickley..." But it doesn't smell, at all! My hair has NEVER been as soft, smooth, and light as it is after I use a vinegar rinse. I know it sounds crazy... but you have to try it! Even my curls are tighter. I will never go back to my trusty salon brand $50/bottle conditioners. (Wow, I sound like a cheap infomercial...)
Warning: It does sting if you happen to pour it in your eye.... Real bad.
Even if you were only to replace ONE of these things- it would be worth your money.
Give it a whirl! ;)
Here are "Sixty Uses for Vinegar"
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