VINEGAR IS AN
AMAZING LAUNDRY AID
There’s an inexpensive product with
so many uses, it can take the place of dozens of other
products — white vinegar. Many people know they can clean
out a coffee pot by running vinegar through a cycle, but
there are many other uses.
- Remove rust stains from
clothing by wetting the spots with vinegar and
rubbing with salt before washing.
- Pre-treat ketchup, spaghetti
and mustard stains. Soak clothing in a solution to
remove grass, berry, coffee or tea stains.
- Scrub vinegar onto children’s
clothes to remove crayon marks.
- Get smoke out of clothing by
filling a bathtub with one-cup vinegar and hot water.
Hang the clothes on the shower rod and close the door.
The steam will remove the smell.
- Use vinegar in the washer’s
rinse cycle to dissolve soap and detergent residue, get
rid of static cling and whiten whites.
- Add one-half cup of vinegar
when you wash new clothes to get rid of the chemicals.
- Remove perspiration stains and
mildew by spraying clothing before you wash.