Vinegar is good for so many more things than coloring eggs. It's pretty common to marinate meat or have a vinegar based salad dressing of all different kinds. This post will focus on good ol' white distilled vinegar, you know the kind you color eggs with.
Vinegar is a great label remover. If you have a label that just won't peel off without leaving behind that ooey gooey sticky mess, try saturating it in white vinegar for a bit. It will come right off without all the struggle!
Do you have a build up of soap film on your dishwasher? Run an empty cycle with vinegar instead of dish washing detergent. Your dishwasher will be sparkly clean, and your next load of dishes will be too.
If you use cloth diapers, simply soak them prior to washing them with 1 cup white vinegar to 9 quarts of water. This will balance the pH thus neutralizing the urine and at the same time preventing the diapers from getting those unsightly stains. As an extra bonus, the vinegar can also help prevent diaper rash on your baby's sensitive skin.
Vinegar is great as a fabric softener and cheaper too. Just use the same amount of white vinegar as you would liquid fabric softener. You won't notice the difference except in the amount of money you save.
Got new jeans? Wash them in white vinegar mixed with water. It will reduce the stiffness and keep them color-fast. Simply throw them in the washing machine with 10 ounces of vinegar and the amount of soap you usually use. Vinegar is actually great for your clothes!
White vinegar can be purchased in bulk from the warehouse clubs very inexpensively or you can wait for it to go on sale at your local grocery store and then buy a bunch at a discount. It's a great eco-friendly alternative to all those chemicals.