Wine vinegar is something we all have around the house! If nothing else, it makes a great dressing for salads and other types of dishes. But have you ever thought of extending its use from the kitchen to the whole house? Well yes, this product is ideal in order to have a sparkling clean in every corner of your home, and I’ll explain right now how to use it to its best advantage!

Goodbye limescale

Limescale is the first thing we want to get rid of every day, especially when we find it in exorbitant amounts. There are areas of the house that are most prone to accumulate it: the bathroom and the kitchen. Let’s see how to use wine vinegar to say goodbye to this little problem!

From the bathroom

Whether it is in the shower, on faucets, on mirrors or between tiles, limescale in the bathroom is never lacking. And it is precisely in these kinds of situations that wine vinegar becomes our best friend and makes everything shine in no time. What you will need to do is to use it directly on the sponge and rub it on the affected areas, then rinse and enjoy the fantastic result. Alternatively you can make a natural spray by filling a vaporizer 3 parts with vinegar and 1 part with water, it will be great to use every day.

In the kitchen

As mentioned earlier, in addition to the bathroom, the kitchen is also affected by limescale over and over again. In particular we can see it on the sink and stove top, but don’t worry because with vinegar it will be a piece of cake to make everything as good as new again. You will have to use the product on a sponge that is not too abrasive and degrease. If you just want to polish you can do a wipe with a few drops of vinegar put on a microfiber cloth. The result will literally shine!

Shining steel

Still on the subject of shine, I can’t help but suggest vinegar for permanently shining steel! It is incredible the end result of when you use it on this type of surface, and to date there are so many people who have given up industrial products to rely on this natural solution. I recommend that you prepare a cleaner for daily use by filling a spray bottle half with wine vinegar, half with water and then the juice of 1 filtered lemon. Spray on steel, scrub and rinse thoroughly so that no streaks are left.

On glass

Not everyone knows that vinegar also turns out to be an excellent ally for glass because it makes us get it shiny and spotless! This effective method can be used in two different ways, let’s see which ones right now:

Vinegar and water: fill a vaporizer with equal parts water and vinegar and then spray on the glass passing only a cotton cloth. In fact, this remedy does not require rinsing.

Vinegar, water and talcum powder: also great for mirrors and dirtier glass. You will need to dissolve 1 tablespoon of talcum powder in 3 cups of water, then add 1 cup of wine vinegar and use the resulting solution to degrease the glass always without rinsing. They will be perfect!

For floors

There are many ways to clean floors naturally, but to date vinegar is the most popular! If nothing else, vinegar succeeds in polishing, removing stubborn stains, and most importantly, it sends away bad odors accumulated in the house in no time. In fact, it is the remedy used most by those with pets. Well, all you have to do is put 1 scoop of wine vinegar in the bucket with warm water and proceed to wash the floor. In case you are worried about the smell, know that after a few minutes, by keeping the windows open, it will already go away!

Warning. Use vinegar on porcelain tile, terracotta, and other types of floors that are not marble or natural stone.

On furniture

We end the list of corners of the house that can become perfect again thanks to wine vinegar by talking about furniture! When you need to give them a good cleaning and polish them internally and externally, you cannot but rely on our dear remedy in question. All you will need to do is fill a bucket or basin with warm water, add half a glass of vinegar and the juice of 1 lemon for a fresh scent. Use a soft sponge to degrease and then rinse several times with a microfiber cloth. The furniture will come back smelling fresh, but most importantly you will notice that it will not be smudged or have halos!


Remember to try vinegar remedies first in unseen corners to make sure you don’t stain surfaces. Also, do not forget that the product should not be put on marble or natural stone.