The next time you boil eggs, put a tablespoon of vinegar in the water. If your eggs crack, the vinegar will prevent the egg white from leaking into the water. (The vinegar coagulates the egg whites).
Slip on a cotton glove, dip the fingers in a mixture of white vinegar and water, then wipe the dirt and dust away from thinner blind slats.
Reader’s Digest recommends using a funnel to pour 1/2 cup of baking soda into your drain. Then use the funnel to add 1 cup of vinegar. The well-known chemical reaction clears blockages and removes odors. Once the fizz stops bubbling, rinse with hot tap water and rinse again with cold tap water a few minutes later.
If your recipe calls for buttermilk and you’re fresh out, add one tablespoon of vinegar to 8 ounces of plain milk. Let it stand for a few minutes before adding the amount needed to your recipe, How Stuff Works says.
Remove greasy odors from the kitchen by filling a small saucepan with water and a little bit of vinegar. Bring the water to a boil and let the mixture simmer until the water is almost gone.
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