Ditch your old dryer sheets! Make your own by cutting up an old tshirt and placing the pieces in a resealable bag with a 1/2 cup of white distilled vinegar and a few drops of tea tree oil/grapefruit seed oil.

 
Ditch your old dryer sheets! Make your own by cutting up an old tshirt and placing the pieces in a resealable bag with a 1/2 cup of white distilled vinegar and a few drops of tea tree oil/grapefruit seed oil. Source

Yahoo!Health

Soak your jeans in cold water and vinegar instead of throwing them in the washer. This will prevent jeans from fading prematurely. Source

Reviewed.com

Restore yellowed clothing by soaking garments overnight in a solution of 12 parts warm water to 1 part vinegar. Wash them the following morning. Source

Readers Digest

Stop reds from running in the wash by soaking your new garments in a few cups of white distilled vinegar for 10-15 minutes before washing. Source

Reader's Digest

Rid your workout clothes of nasty odors by washing them with white distilled vinegar followed by half a cup of baking soda. Source

Huffington Post

Spritzing vintage or thrifted clothes with a mixture of one part white vinegar, two parts water removes musty odors. Source

StyleCaster

Smelly washing machine? Clean the gasket with baking soda and vinegar to get rid of the odor. Source

News 10 ABC

Don’t cry over spilt coffee! Coffee and tea stains can be removed by flushing the area with vinegar, rinsing, and repeating. Then, wash as normal. Source

Global News

Have an iron with a dirty plate? Make a paste from one part vinegar and one part salt and use to scrub the metal. Source

The Gardening Cook

To remove pesky wine stains, saturate the spot in vinegar and allow it to stand for several minutes. Rinse with water and repeat the process if needed. Wash immediately after treating the stain. Source

Global News

Freshen sheets by soaking them in white distilled vinegar before washing with baking soda. Source

Decoist

Wool sweater shrink in the dryer? Don’t worry. Boiling the clothing item in a solution of 1 part vinegar to 2 parts water for 25 minutes. Let the garment air dry after reshaping. Source

SurvivalKit.com

Get rid of the tiny holes left along the hemline when you take out the hem of any garment by moistening a cloth with white distilled vinegar, placing it under the fabric and ironing. Source

Natural Family Online, " 70 Uses for a Humble Jug of Vinegar"

Fluff up wool or acrylic sweaters (hand- or machine-washed) and rid them of soap smell with 1/2 cup white distilled vinegar by adding to the final rinse water. Source

Natural Family Online, " 70 Uses for a Humble Jug of Vinegar"

Bring out bright colors by adding 1/2 cup white distilled vinegar to the rinse cycle. Source

Natural Family Online, " 70 Uses for a Humble Jug of Vinegar"

Remove soap scum and clean the hoses of your washing machine with white distilled vinegar. Periodically run the machine with only a cup of white distilled vinegar in it—nothing else added to the wash cycle. Source

Natural Family Online, " 70 Uses for a Humble Jug of Vinegar"

Eliminate manufacturing chemicals from new clothes by adding 1/2 cup white distilled vinegar to the water. Source

Natural Family Online, " 70 Uses for a Humble Jug of Vinegar"

Get cleaner laundry! Add about 1/4 cup white distilled vinegar to the last rinse. The acid in white distilled vinegar is too mild to harm fabrics, yet strong enough to dissolve the alkalies in soaps and detergents. Besides removing soap, white distilled vinegar prevents yellowing, acts as a fabric softener and static cling reducer. Source

Natural Family Online, " 70 Uses for a Humble Jug of Vinegar"

Give patent leather shoes and bags a better shine by wiping them down with white distilled vinegar. Source

Natural Family Online, " 70 Uses for a Humble Jug of Vinegar"

Get water and salt stains off shoes and boots by wiping them down with a solution of equal parts white distilled vinegar and water. Source

Natural Family Online, " 70 Uses for a Humble Jug of Vinegar"

Remove musky smells from cotton clothes by sprinkling them lightly with white distilled vinegar and then pressing them. Source

Welcome Home Maids, " 101 Uses for Vinegar"

Remove scorch marks from an iron by rubbing it with a warmed-up solution of equal parts white distilled vinegar and salt. If that doesn’t work, use a cloth dampened with full-strength white distilled vinegar. Source

Welcome Home Maids, " 101 Uses for Vinegar"

Keep the steam iron clean and in good working order by getting rid of mineral deposits in steam vents and spray nozzles. Fill the water chamber with a solution of equal parts white distilled vinegar and distilled water. Set it in an upright position and let it steam for about 5 minutes. When the iron is cool, rinse the tank with water, refill and shake water through the vents onto an old cloth. Test before using. Source

Welcome Home Maids, " 101 Uses for Vinegar"

Remove smoky odors from clothes by filling the bathtub with very hot water and 1 cup white distilled vinegar. Hang the garments above the steaming water and shut the door so the steam can penetrate the fibers. Source

Welcome Home Maids, " 101 Uses for Vinegar"

Forgot that you left wet laundry in the machine and it now smells moldy? Pour a few cups of white distilled vinegar in the machine and wash the clothes in hot water. Then run a normal cycle with detergent to remove the odor. Source

Welcome Home Maids, " 101 Uses for Vinegar"

Remove perspiration odor and stains and deodorants marks from clothing by spraying full-strength white distilled vinegar on underarm and collar areas before tossing them into the washing machine. Source

Welcome Home Maids, " 101 Uses for Vinegar"

Attack spaghetti, barbecue or ketchup stains with a white distilled vinegar and water solution. Source

Natural Family Online, " 70 Uses for a Humble Jug of Vinegar"

Before washing a mustard stain, dab with white distilled vinegar. Source

Natural Family Online, " 70 Uses for a Humble Jug of Vinegar"

Some stains on clothing and linens can be soaked out using equal parts milk and white distilled vinegar. Source

Welcome Home Maids, " 101 Uses for Vinegar"

Get stained white socks and dingy dishcloths white again. Add 1 cup white distilled vinegar to a large pot of water, bring it to a rolling boil and drop in the articles. Let soak overnight. Source

Welcome Home Maids, " 101 Uses for Vinegar"

To remove soap residue that makes black clothes look dull use white distilled vinegar in your final rinse. Source

Welcome Home Maids, " 101 Uses for Vinegar"

Prevent lint from clinging to clothes by adding 1/2 cup white distilled vinegar to the wash cycle. Source

Natural Family Online, " 70 Uses for a Humble Jug of Vinegar"

Get crayon stains out of clothing by rubbing them with an old toothbrush dipped in vinegar. Then wash as usual. Source

Vicki Lansky, "Vinegar: Over 400 Various, Versatile, & Very Good Uses You've Probably Never Thought Of." 2004