- all-purpose cleaner (diluted)
- laundry additive to brighten whites
- bug spray in the kitchen (diluted) it destroys ant’s scent trail as well as repelling all sorts of bugs
- drain unclogger (pour baking soda down the drain and then follow with vinegar, cover with a wet wash cloth and let sit for about an hour, rinse with water)
- adding liquid to dry salsa
- rinsing sprouting medium before sprouting
- this fruit fly trap
The hero recently ran out of mouthwash and instead of buying another expensive bottle I decided to make my own. I used apple cider vinegar, some peppermint from our garden, and water. Simple.
Apple Cider Vinegar Mouthwash
1 Tablespoon apple cider vinegar
1 Tablespoon dried mint leaf (or amount to taste)
about 12 oz. water.
I used an empty glass soda bottle with a twist off top to keep it in so first I put the apple cider vinegar in the bottle. Then I heated up some water and poured it over the mint in a coffee cup. I let it steep for a few minutes then added it to the bottle. Then I filled the rest of the bottle with water and put the top on. It’s not water tight anymore, but it will keep the dust out.
We both tried it after brushing our teeth this morning. It seemed to work. I had been a little afraid it wouldn’t leave that minty fresh feeling but it did. The hero said he was a little concerned about its effectiveness, but he’s going to keep using it and see how it works.