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6 Tips for Growing Your Garden Box

Raised-bed gardening is a great solution to a small yard or less-than-desirable soil. With minimal money and time you can reap the rewards of your very own vegetable garden, encountering fewer issues with drainage and burrowing pests than ever before. If you’re considering building a garden box this year – or you just can’t get […]

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Vinegar is the Secret to Your Best Garden Ever

Whether you have a green thumb or can’t keep a cactus alive, there are a few things you can do to increase your chances of gardening success. In fact, you may not realize you’ve already got one of the best garden tools available right in your pantry! Experienced gardeners love to use vinegar because it’s […]

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16 Ways to Save Money with Vinegar

Vinegar is inexpensive and effective on a variety of different surfaces. Typically, you can buy a generous-sized bottle of white distilled vinegar for less than $5. Here are 16 ways you can save money this year by swapping your chemical products for vinegar.   1. Create your own every day cleaner. Vinegar can be sprayed […]

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What (Not) to Do With Vinegar

Vinegar may be a super substance with hundreds of uses but there are some things that it can damage. Learning from your mistakes isn’t always the best way to go, so take it from us and don’t try these at home.   Don’t mix vinegar and bleach. These two common cleaning agents should not be […]

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5 Reasons You Need the Vinegar Tips App

The app offers the same helpful information you love in a mobile-friendly and easy-to-use format. Here are the top 5 reasons to download the Vinegar Tips app:   1. Log in, schmog-in. There’s no pesky login to remember, thank goodness. Unlike other apps on the market, there’s no need to set up an account or […]

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Vinegar: What’s Your Type

Some say that vinegar was discovered by accident when barrels of wine were left out too long and exposed to the air, eventually further fermenting the wine into vinegar. In fact, the word “vinegar” comes from the French term “vin aigre” which means sour wine. You likely have at least one type of vinegar in […]

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Think Pink or Blue (Your Choice)

Hydrangeas are the quintessential summer flower. These leafy shrubs produce big blooms perfect for filling a ceramic vase or amplifying a bridal bouquet. Did you know that the color of your hydrangeas can change based on the acidity of the soil they’re planted in? White hydrangeas excluded, because why mess with a good thing? Did […]

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