34. Weed Killer
If your lawn is overgrown with weeds, you can use kitchen vinegar to get rid of them in a non-toxic way. All you need is a bottle of ACV, a cup of salt and some non-toxic dish soap. Start by pouring the salt into a spray bottle and top it off with vinegar, leaving about two inches at the top. Use a long handled spoon to mix until the salt is fully dissolved. Next, add a tablespoon of dish soap, twist the cap and shake to combine. Use it on dry, sunny days to completely coat the weeds. It may take a few days of use to kill them off, but even the toughest weeds don’t stand a chance.
35. Flea Repellent (pets)
If your cat or dog often roams outside, you’ve probably had more than one encounter with fleas. Commercial flea repellents can cause rashes and dry skin. Instead apply ACV topically on your pet using a spray bottle or washcloth and spray it on your pet’s bed.
36. Beat Smells and Stains
To treat badly stained sheets or clothes, add ½ cup to washing machine with regular detergent.
37. Stop Pets From Chewing
Most animals hate the smell of vinegar and avoid it at all costs. To keep your electrical cords and furniture safe, dab them with ACV once a week. You can also use it to clean stubborn pee marks to prevent your pet from peeing there again.
To get rid of fruit flies, place a little ACV in a plate and add a few drops of dish soap. Keep it by your fruits and you’ll never get flies again.