Amazing List Of 40 Uses For Apple Cider Vinegar – Plus Instructions On How To Use It!

29.Hair conditioner

Apple cider vinegar is an excellent natural conditioner, as it removed the tangled tips, and makes the hair shiny and smooth. You should add a tablespoon of it and a few drops of orange essential oil in a cup of water, and apply it on the entire hair after shampooing.

Let it act for 5 minutes and then wash it off. You do not need to use another conditioner after this.

30.Dandruff treatment

Dandruff may often be a result of fungal infections or irritated skin. Apple cider vinegar is a strong antifungal agent and it will reduce dandruff and restore the balance of the pH levels of the skin.

After washing the hair, spray it with a solution of water and vinegar in equal amounts. Leave it thus for 15 minutes and then rinse it off, and apply your regular conditioner. This procedure should be done once in the week, and you can use it to prevent dandruff as well.

Household uses

31.Eliminate stains and smells

You should add ½ a cup to your wash load with the detergent you normally use and it will clean the badly stained clothes.

32.Odor remover

Apple cider vinegar eliminates fungi and bacteria that cause bad odors. You should mix water and vinegar in equal amounts and spray the solution around your home. The acidic smell will vanish in a few hours, and your home will be left smelling nice and clean.

33.Flea repellent (pets)

If you have a pet, you know that it is almost impossible to solve the fair share of flea problems, and flea repellents that are sold on the market leave the skin dry and irritated. However, you can avoid these side- effects by using vinegar, so apply it topically and spray the bed of your pet, and you will no longer face flea issues.

34.Flytrap

Pour a bit of vinegar and a few drops of dish soap in a small bowl, and put it close to the fruit bowl.

35.Stop pets from chewing

In order to protect the furniture and electrical cords and prevent further damage, you should put some vinegar on them once a week, and your pet will not go close to them anymore. This trick may also be useful to clean pee spots in order to stop it from peeing on the same place again.

36.All-purpose cleaner

Vinegar is an amazing disinfectant and can be used everywhere in the house. You should mix it with water in a 1:1 ratio, add several drops of some essential oil and spray the mixture around the home.

It will be clean, and will have a fresh and pleasant smell! Moreover, note that apple cider vinegar can also kill food-borne pathogens such as E. coli, unlike most of the other purchased chemical cleaners.

Kitchen uses

37.Condiment enhancer

You can add it to enrich the taste of numerous marinades and sauces, salads, smoothies, soups and baked goods.

38.Dish detergent

Add 1-2 tablespoons of apple cider vinegar in the dish detergent in order to prevent streaks on your glassware and to eliminate grease.

39.Neutralize spices

Vinegar can balance the taste in dishes in which you have exaggerated with spices. Add a teaspoon of vinegar at a time until you get the desired effect.

40.Vegetable wash

It can effectively eliminate dangerous chemicals and pesticides from your vegetables and fruits. You should simply mix water and apple cider vinegar in equal amounts, spray this solution on them, and rinse with water.

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