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    i use white vinegar in my dishwasher where the jet dry goes and for a sore throat it takes the pain a way you can add some honey to it too i don't drink it just gargle with it i put white vinegar in with the rinse dispenser for the towels in the washer brings back the dryability factor take care

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    I use white vinegar only. In the bleach section of my front load washing machine I put vinegar in to deodorize clothing that I?m not bleaching. My mom used w. vinegar to get the white scratches off her drinking glasses. I think she just poured about ? a cup in each load. I put vinegar/water/alcohol in a squirt bottle and use it as a cleaning agent. I also used to use vinegar in my mop water. Now I have a steam cleaner and use it (which works great by the way!) I also used to use vinegar to clean windows but now my steamer does that for me. When we had carpet I?d put it on spots where the pets made a mess and it?d help deodorize the area. But pet messes are nasty and I?m so happy we have tile/wood.



    That?s all I can think of for now.



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    Re: Fwd: Budget101.com : USES for vinager


    I am going to use white vinegar and hot water in a spray bottle to remove
    wallpaper in our bathroom.

    Herlean

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    Re: Fwd: Budget101.com : USES for vinager


    White Vinegar and water...1/2 and 1/2 put in a spray bottle is
    perfect for cleaning mirrors, windows, car windows ( and if your a
    smoker it cuts the smoke and does not smear it all over)

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    Re: Fwd: Budget101.com : USES for vinager


    I worked in the mirror industry for more than 5 years
    and learned that vinegar can damage mirrors over time.
    Fumes can damage the bond between the silver and the
    glass. It is more shows up quicker on mirrors without
    frames. While this works great on windows, i would
    not advise using vinegar on mirrors.

    --- Kelly

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    If that doesn?t work I?ve used fabric softener to remove wallpaper.



    Carol

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    wallpaper remover?


    really? Have you done that before? Every room in our house has wallpaper that needs to come down, and that would be my least expensive option!
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    Re: Budget101.com : wallpaper remover?


    In my parent's home, yes. It works like a charm. Once you get the paper off, use a sponge dipped into a bucket with vinegar and warm water in it to wipe down the walls before putting up paint or more wallpaper. At my parent's, new wallpaper went up.

    Herlean

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    Re: Budget101.com : wallpaper remover?


    Try fabric softner, mix fabric softner (1 part water, 2 parts softner) with water, wipe over paper with a sponge & the paper comes right off.

 

 
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