I’m in awe at the scenic landscape that I saw while browsing for Gatlinburg vacations. But I don’t want to deviate from my topic on this post, as I’m afraid I would all the more pine for a short vacation which is to say the least, not a priority at this time.
So, this time I’m sharing with you a couple of ways to use white vinegar other than using it in a recipe. Did you know that you can use it to polish patent leather? Yes! By using a cloth that is dampened with white vinegar in full strength, and wiping off the remains until shine is restored. I would not have known this until a friend shared this tip to me.
If you are in the middle of your DIY painting job at home, this tip may be helpful too. Hot white vinegar can soften a hardened paintbrush. All you have to do, is warm the vinegar in the microwave until it boils. Drop the paintbrush and let it soak overnight.