The vinegar that is best for cleaning washing machines is distilled white vinegar.
To clean your washing machine with distilled white vinegar measure out two cups of distilled white vinegar and pour them directly into your washing machine's liquid detergent dispenser.
It is OK to put vinegar in washing machines.
Vinegar is safe for washing machines and vinegar can be used to clean washing machines as well as naturally clean clothes and other laundry as well.
You can also use vinegar and baking soda in the washing machine as well to clean laundry, clothes or even the washing machine itself.
Vinegar is not bad for washing machines.
Vinegar is safe for use in washing machines and it's a good way to clean the washing machine as well as good for cleaning clothes.
Vinegar makes a good natural cleaning solution for clothes when you have no detergent.
Vinegar is safe to use on most surfaces and items but some things you should not use vinegar on include.
Granite and marble countertops. "The acid in vinegar can etch natural stone.
Stone floor tiles.
Egg stains or spills.
Truly stubborn stains.
While household vinegar has countless applications in home cleaning, using this versatile substance is not appropriate in many different situations.
Because vinegar is acidic, it can corrode wood and stone, it can destroy wax, kill plants, and cause other damage.
The pH of vinegar is 2-3.
Vinegar is mildly acidic with a pH of 2–3.
Apple cider vinegar is slightly more alkaline than pure vinegar because it contains more alkaline nutrients.
It is safe to put baking soda and vinegar down the drain.
Vinegar and baking soda are a safe natural cleaning mixture that can help dissolve some clogs in drains including hair clogs.
You can safely pour boiling water down the drain.
Boiling water is safe to pour down the drain whether you have PVC drain pipes or metal drain pipes.
The boiling water is good for cleaning out pipes and killing germs etc in the pipes and the PVC pipes will be just fine.
Vinegar does not hurt PVC pipes.
Vinegar is safe to use in drains that have PVC pipes for cleaning and for unclogging the drains with.
You can also safely pour boiling water down the drain with PVC pipes as well.
White vinegar works well to unclog drains.
You can also use apple cider vinegar or even lemon juice to unclog drains with as well.
To unclog a drain with vinegar pour a mixture of 1 cup vinegar (apple cider vinegar works best) and 1 cup boiling water down the drain.
(Substitute lemon juice for vinegar for a great-smelling drain?
Plug the drain to keep the vinegar baking soda reaction below the drain surface.
Coke or Coca Cola can unclog a drain.
Well at least some drain clogs the Coke can unclog especially if the clog is because of hair.
Coke can dissolve hair in a drain due to the peptic acid the Coke contains.
Pour a 2-liter bottle of cola such as Pepsi, Coke, or generic brand substitutes down the clogged drain.
Coke and other sodas are actually quite caustic and effective at clearing away buildup in your drains, but it's far milder than commercial drain cleaners.
Coke and Pepsi are loaded with phosphoric acid, which breaks down buildup that can clog your drains!
Phosphoric acid can even remove lime scale and other tough buildup that regular cleaners struggle with.
This is an effective and refreshing home remedy if we ever saw one!
Drano or even some Vinegar and baking soda can easily dissolve hair in a drain.
You can easily dissolve hair in a drain by using some vinegar and baking soda and some boiling water.
Dissolving hair that is stuck in a drain is easy with some vinegar and baking soda.
The vinegar and baking soda will easily dissolve the hair in the drain.
Then you can pour some boiling hot water down the drain to flush it on out.
Baking Soda and Vinegar works great to dissolve hair in a drain and I've used this method successfully before for getting rid of hair that is clogging a drain.
To use Baking Soda and Vinegar to dissolve hair in your drain take 1/2 cup of baking soda and pour it down the drain and then take a 1/2 cup of white vinegar and pour the vinegar down the drain and then cover the drain with a cloth or plastic lid.
Leave the cloth or lid on the drain for 30 minutes to let the Vinegar and Baking soda work to break down the hair in the drain.
After 30 minutes have passed you can remove the cloth or lid off the drain and then pour some boiling hot water down the drain and it should be cleared.
If you have standing water in the sink or tub that the hair is clogging you can use a wet/dry vac to suck the water out of the sink or tub so you can pour the vinegar and baking soda down the drain.