1000 Flowers for the Planet - #520 Value Vinegar
Vinegar is made from fermented wine (said with caution as some vinegars are derived from petroleum), but can come from many bases such as fruits, coconut water, rice, beer, wheat and many other sources. As such, it is a natural product with many uses: cooking, cleaning, hair tonic, burnishing scissor blades, remove carpet stains, revitalise wood, remove candle wax, clean drains, polish brass and copper, clean stainless steel, clean windshield wipers, clean mould and mildew, disinfect the toilet, treat various garden pests, clean bird droppings, get rid of rust – the list goes on and on. Spend some time on the Internet looking for ideas and you’ll soon have a multitude of tasks around the home where vinegar can help. Check the source of your vinegar to ensure it’s not a petroleum product and give the natural vinegar a prominent spot in your pantry where it’s easy to grab and use for a multitude of jobs around your home. You’ll be doing the environment a favour by keeping chemicals out of our water systems, you’ll save money by not buying those dreadful chemicals, and you’ll always have a solution on hand.