#11 Clean Rust From Garden Tools
Vinegar can be used to make the garden tools rust free. Just spray or soak the tools in undiluted vinegar and leave them for a few minutes and then rinse and clean the tool.
#12 Save Plants From Fungus
You can protect the plants suffering from fungus and mold by using vinegar. To do this, add 2 tsp of vinegar in brewed chamomile tea and spray this on the affected plants in your garden. It’s safe and organic!
#13 Facilitate Germination
To facilitate germination soak the seeds overnight in water and vinegar solution. Don’t pour too much vinegar as adding just a few drops of white vinegar will do the trick. Not only will the seeds germinate quickly, but the probability of germination will also increase.
#14 Outdoor Furniture Cleaning
Outdoor furniture is more susceptible to degradation, damage, and buildup compared to indoor furniture. the furniture with a cloth soaked in vinegar to clean it. Vinegar is an effective cleanser that gets rids of the buildup and germs at the same time.
#15 Cleaning Birdbaths
Weekly scrubbing with white vinegar keeps the birdbath in optimum condition and good as new. Also, it keeps the germs, unwanted odors, and algae growth and bay.
#16 Getting Rid Of Berry Stains
Harvesting berries take a toll on the hands as they get stained. If you got a berry stain on your hands, let use distilled white vinegar to wash hands as that’ll get rid of the berry stains quickly and gently without making the skin dry, dull, and bruised.