Member's Mark™ Distilled White Vinegar 2-1 gal. Jugs

Vinegar Quick TipsLooking for a safe, simple and all-purpose cleaning and cooking aid? Vinegar it is. Here are some of our favorite ways to use Member's Mark™ Distilled White Vinegar.1. Glassware: Add 1/2 cup of vinegar to a gallon of rinse water to remove soap film from glassware and make it shine.2. Toilet Bowl: Clean and deodorize your toilet bowl by pouring undiluted vinegar into it. Let it stand for about five minutes then flush. Stubborn stains may require scrubbing.3. Bathtub: Wipe down your bathtub with vinegar and soda to remove film buildup. Rinse clean with water.4. Grease: Remove filmy dirt and greasy residue from the stove and refrigerator by wiping with vinegar.5. Chrome: Polish chrome and stainless steel with a vinegar-moistened cloth and wipe clean.6. Shower Curtain: Rub a cloth dampened with vinegar to remove soapy, steamed-in film from your plastic shower curtain, then rinse clean.7. Coffee Maker: Remove stale coffee residue by filling the reservoir with vinegar and running it through a brewing cycle. When the cycle is finished, run two cycles of water to rinse.8. Irons: Remove burn stains from your electric iron by mixing one part salt with one part vinegar in a small, heated aluminum pan. Use this mix to polish the iron as you would silver.9. Vegetables: Liven up slightly wilted vegetables by soaking them in cold water and vinegar.10. Flowers: Add two tbsp. of vinegar plus three tbsp. of sugar to a quart of warm water (100degF) to keep fresh cut flowers blooming longer.11. Cabbage: Add vinegar to the cooking water of boiling cabbage to prevent the odor from permeating the house.12. Meat: Tenderize meat with a marinade of 1/2 cup of vinegar and a cup of liquid bouillon.13. Rice: Add a tsp. of vinegar to boiling water to make rice white and fluffy.14. Fish: Reduce fishy odors by rubbing fish down with vinegar before scaling it.15. Cheese: Keep cheese moist and fresh by wrapping it in a cloth that has been dampened with vinegar and sealed in an airtight wrap or container.16. Eggs: When poaching eggs, add a tsp. of vinegar to the water to keep the whites together.17. Onion Odors: Quickly remove the odor of onions from your hand by rubbing them with vinegar.18. Pickling: Use distilled white vinegar for pickling to maintain the natural color of vegetables. Great for Cooking & Household Cleaning