But ... really? come on So I tried one of them... (welll actually a couple of them but only one I took pictures of)
I sprayed Vinegar on the weeds in between the bricks... as you can see by the pictures (of which I forgot to take before pictures...)
So yeah, it worked. Although not as good as Round-Up. (guess next time I won't just spray, I will POUR)
I also poured vinegar in a baggie and put the baggie full of vinegar over my grimy shower head and left it for a few (8) hours, I came back, took a brush to the shower head and all the grim came off...
There are lots of other things that Vinegar is GREAT at doing. Have you tried any of these?
- To clean and disinfect baby toys add a good-sized splash of white distilled vinegar to soapy water.
- Fabric softener and static cling reducer - use as you would liquid fabric softener.
- Absorb unpleasant odors by setting a container (shallow bowl) of vinegar throughout the house.
- Conditions dry hair. Shampoo, then rinse hair with a mixture of one cup apple cider vinegar and two cups water. Vinegar adds highlights to brunette hair, restores the acid mantel, and removes soap film and sebum oil.
- Soothe sunburn with a spray of white distilled vinegar, repeating as often as you like. Ice-cold white distilled vinegar will feel even better, and may prevent blistering and peeling.
- Create your own window cleaning solution by combining 1/2 cup non-sudsy ammonia, 1 cup white distilled vinegar, and 2 tablespoons cornstarch in a gallon of water.
- To remove a label, decal, or price tag, cover with a cloth soaked in white distilled vinegar. Leave the cloth on overnight and the label should slide off.
- For stained and smelly plastic food containers, wipe them with a cloth dampened with white distilled 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.
- Remove perspiration odor and stains on clothing, as well as those left by deodorants, by spraying full-strength white distilled vinegar on underarm and collar areas before tossing them into the washing machine.
- 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, and attacks mold and mildew.
- Kill weeds and grass growing in unwanted places by pouring full-strength white distilled vinegar on them. This works especially well in crevices and cracks of walkways and driveways.
- Preserve cut flowers and liven droopy ones by adding 2 tablespoons white distilled vinegar and 1 teaspoon sugar to a quart of water in a vase.
- Wash fresh vegetables with a mixture of 1 tablespoon of white distilled vinegar in 1 ½ quarts of water.
- Stop insect stings and bites from itching by dabbing them with a cotton ball saturated with undiluted white distilled vinegar.
- Get rid of foot odor by washing feet well with antiseptic soap daily, then soaking them in undiluted cider vinegar for 10 minutes or so. Remember that cotton socks aid odor control more effectively than wool ones.
- Make nail polish last longer. Wipe fingernails with cotton balls dipped in white distilled vinegar before putting on nail polish.
- Keep car windows frost-free overnight in winter by coating them with a solution of 3 parts white distilled vinegar to 1 part water.
- Loosen chewing gum stuck to carpeting or upholstery by soaking it in white distilled vinegar
- Remove pet odors. After cleaning, cover the area with baking soda. Let it stand overnight. The next day vacuum up the baking soda and wash the area with white distilled vinegar. Rinse and let dry.
- Remove skunk odors by wiping down the animal with a 50-50 solution of white distilled vinegar and water, followed by a plain-water rinse. Repeat if necessary.
- Make onion odors disappear from your hands by rubbing with white distilled vinegar.
- Add moistness and taste to any chocolate cake—homemade or from a box—with a spoonful of white distilled vinegar.
- If you’ve added too much salt to a recipe, add a spoonful of white distilled vinegar and sugar to try correcting the taste.
- clean a coffeemaker- fill the reservoir with 1 part white vinegar 2 parts water and brew.
never thought I'd say it but I heart vinegar.