18 Vinegar Cleaning Hacks That’ll Save You Money

Just a little bit of research will show you that cleaning wood floors with white vinegar and water is highly contested, but it’s definitely worth a try if you’re looking to avoid harmful chemicals. Depending on the strength of acetic acid (the chemical component in vinegar that breaks down oils and sugars) you are looking to apply to your floors, go for anywhere from a half cup to a full cup of vinegar per gallon of water. Another plus side? If you’re into natural remedies, you likely already have a variety of vinegars in your cabinet or refrigerator. Note: Avoid the red wine variety.

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