101 Things to Clean with Vinegar

Vinegar has become my new best friend. I cannot believe all of the things you can do it with. Cook, clean, preserve, laundry, pets, autos and more. The list of things you can clean with vinegar seems almost endless. This month I have partnered with Four Monks Cleaning Vinegar to put their cleaning products to the test.

Chemical free cleaning is easy with non-toxic Four Monks Cleaning Vinegar. You have two scents to choose from, Aroma Controlled and Citrus Mint. Four Monks Cleaning Vinegar is food-grade safe and 20 percent stronger than regular vinegar. All of that stain-fighting power all packed in one formula. Cleaning definitely got easier!

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101 Things to Clean with Vinegar

In the Kitchen

  1. Cabinets
  2. Countertops
  3. Microwave
  4. Refrigerator Door
  5. Floors
  6. Sink
  7. Stovetop
  8. Garbage Disposal
  9. Exhaust Fan
  10. Silverware
  11. Windows
  12. Oven Door
  13. Ice Maker
  14. Coffee Pot
  15. Dishwasher
  16. Refrigerator Shelves
  17. Glassware
  18. Tea Kettle
  19. Lunch Box
  20. Ice Cube Trays
  21. Cutting Boards
  22. Door Knobs
  23. Sponges

Keep a bottle of vinegar in the kitchen for deep cleaning and quick fixes.

In the Bathroom

  1. Shower Doors
  2. Mirrors
  3. Faucets
  4. Hair Brushes
  5. Tooth Brushes
  6. Shower Head
  7. Walls
  8. Toilet
  9. Make-Up Brushes
  10. Dentures
  11. Disposable Razors
  12. Curling Irons

In the Office

  1. Keyboards
  2. Desk Chair
  3. Light Chair
  4. Air Conditioner
  5. Mini Blinds
  6. Desk
  7. Scissors

In the Bedroom

  1. Toys
  2. Bed Frames
  3. Urine Stains
  4. Window Sills
  5. Door Frames
  6. Closet Bars
  7. Light Switches
  8. Crayon Stains
  9. Patent Leather Shoes
  10. Patent Leather Bags
  11. Backpacks

In the Laundry Room

  1. Deodorant Stains
  2. Jeans
  3. Sheets
  4. Washer
  5. Coffee Stains
  6. Tea Stains
  7. Whites
  8. Wine Stains
  9. Mustard Stains
  10. New Clothes
  11. Wet Musty Clothing
  12. Socks
  13. Dingy Dish Cloths
  14. Iron
  15. Black Clothing
  16. Towels

Vingear in the laundy room will save you time and money. You shouldn’t need to buy stain removers, whiteners or deodorizers for the washer. Vinegar should be able to do most of the work for you.

four monks vinegar outsideIn the Garage

  1. Bolts
  2. Tools
  3. Car Trunks
  4. Chrome
  5. Vinyl Seats
  6. Windshield Wipers
  7. Windshields
  8. Bumper Stickers
  9. Kids Car Seats
  10. Plastic Parts
  11. Tire Sidewalls

Around the House

  1. Litter Boxes
  2. Mildew Stains
  3. Carpet
  4. Light Fixtures
  5. Salt Residue
  6. Beverage Rings
  7. Vinyl Siding
  8. Vinyl Porch Rails
  9. Vegetables
  10. Hummingbird Feeders
  11. Berry Stained Hands
  12. Outdoor Furniture
  13. Empty Flower Pots
  14. Birdbath
  15. Spigots
  16. Fountains
  17. Boats
  18. Piano Keys
  19. Bricks
  20. Fingerprints
  21. Pennies

Vinegar is definitely a cleaner that does it all. Four Monks Cleaning Vinegar is made of distilled vinegar, corn, water and natural flavor. You can find Four Monks Cleaning Vinegar is available  in the vinegar aisle at Walmart Super Centers and in your local grocery stores or mass retailers.

This post gave you 101 ways to clean with vinegar but I am sure you can think of lots of others ways to use vinegar inside and outside your home. How do you use vinegar to clean??

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Michele Brosius
Michele is a married mom of 3 adult children. She is currently enjoying spending time with her husband in the empty nest. Michele can be found working on a healthy lifestyle, camping or having some frugal fun. Not necessarily in that order!
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Michele is a married mom of 3 adult children. She is currently enjoying spending time with her husband in the empty nest. Michele can be found working on a healthy lifestyle, camping or having some frugal fun. Not necessarily in that order!

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