YOUR RESOURCE FOR ALL THINGS VINEGAR

YOUR RESOURCE FOR ALL THINGS VINEGAR

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Get Your Home Holiday Ready with the Vinegar Tips Checklist (Part II)

Posted on 11/19/2015 9:00 AM

Part II: A clean kitchen is a happy kitchen

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Your holiday settlers will be arriving shortly. Is your home(stead) ready? We’re helping you get holiday-ready one quick checklist at a time. See part one here. We have one goal: help you prep your home in 30 minutes a day or less.

In this week’s article, we are focusing on the kitchen, where most time is spent during the Thanksgiving holiday.

  • If your tea kettle isn’t shining like it used to, spritz the outside with apple cider vinegar. To finish, wipe it with a cloth covered in baking soda along the grain.
  • For the perfect pie crust, add 1 teaspoon of apple cider vinegar to the mix.
  • Stained refrigerators aren’t inviting for even the least popular veggies. Make it shine like new after soaking problem areas, like drawers and shelves, in undiluted white distilled vinegar.
  • For sparkling silverware, soak in a sink full of vinegar.
  • Refresh sponges and dish clothes by soaking in enough water to cover them and add 1/4 cup of white distilled vinegar. Let sit overnight.
  • Prep plastic food storage containers for ample leftovers. To clean stained or smelly containers, wipe them with a cloth dampened with white distilled vinegar.
  • Spray cutting boards with undiluted vinegar to remove surface residue.
  • A basic baking soda and vinegar mix can remove a greasy mess around the stove. Apply it in paste form, allow it to sit and then wipe down.

A few minutes a day spent in the kitchen with vinegar will have your house clean and smelling fresh in no time.

Now, pass the pie! And share your vinegar tips with us on Facebook and Twitter. Or take it to go and download our mobile app.

Click here to download our free printable checklist.

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