If your cat is marking its territory in your home, spray the area with vinegar. This will help get rid of the smell and prevent recurrences. Also, one part of white vinegar and three parts of water poured over a pet stain and blotted with a clean cloth will neutralize the order.
Doing this monthly will keep your dishes clean and your coffee tasting as it should!
In order to keep it clean, wipe down your refrigerator with equal parts white vinegar and water, remembering to give the side walls a good cleaning as well.
Put the sponge in a dish (with just enough water to cover it) and add ¼ cup of white vinegar. Soak overnight and your sponge will smell like new in the morning.
Pour the solution into a spray bottle and spray into your tub and on shower walls and fixtures. Let sit for 30 minutes, and then wipe clean with a sponge.
Bonus tip: Put the solution in a plastic bag, and tie around the showerhead to soak.
Let your toothbrush soak for 30 minutes, and then rinse thoroughly.
To create the solution, mix ½ cup of white vinegar with 1 gallon of warm water. Next, dip your mop in the solution and ring out, leaving a bit damp. Mop in the direction of the floorboards, making sure to rinse the mop frequently and freshen the solution if it begins to appear dirty.
Also, make sure to remove any debris from the crevices around the rubber.
To keep that feeling, add 1 cup of white vinegar to your rinse dispenser, and your fabrics will become soft and snuggly just like when you first bought them. It also prevents static cling!
To prevent this from happening, add 1-2 cups of vinegar to the wash for regular whitening of whites. If you really want to whiten dirty clothes, then soak individual items in 5 cups of water and 2 cups of vinegar overnight before you wash.
Add 1-2 cups of vinegar to your wash to remove the odor, or pre-soak your gear in vinegar to get a deeper cleanse.
For older stains, continue spraying the vinegar and blot with a white cloth. Once it’s lightened, put it into the wash.
In a spray bottle, mix 1 part vinegar to 3 parts water and add 1 teaspoon of liquid dish soap. Mix it up, and start spraying your way to a home free of creepy-crawlers!