Grocery Shopping: Go Green Use Vinegar to Clean ~ 5 Easy Ways to Save Money on Groceries
5 Ways to Save Money on Groceries

Monday, April 20, 2009

Grocery Shopping: Go Green Use Vinegar to Clean

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Did you know that vinegar is the original green cleaner? It is cheap, good for the earth and kills 99% of all bacteria including e. coli and salmonella. It is just as effective as bleach when disinfecting.

Are you worried that you home will smell like vinegar? Don't because the vinegar smell goes away as the vinegar solution dries. I mix in a spray brought bottle 1 part vinegar and 1 part water. For example, if I have a 16oz spray bottle, then I mix 8 oz of vinegar with 8 oz of water. Also, to further adapt to a greener lifestyle I reuse a spray bottle for a product I use to use to save money.

A bottle of 16oz vinegar for $1 at the Dollar store or as in
Are Wholesale Clubs Worth the Price of Membership where a 1.32 gallon or 5 liters of vinegar can be purchased for $5. That is a great price for a product with so MANY uses.

Why isn't vinegar listed as a cleaner? Heinz or any other company that manufacturers vinegar cannot list it as a cleaning agent unless it is first submitted to the EPA as a pestiside. They will not list it as a pestiside for obvious reasons.

In the book
Amazing Apple Cider Vinegar, all the uses of vinegar are identified along with proof that the infall the uses of vinegar are identified along with proof that the information has been verified and works.This book is invaluable because once I saw how good it cleaned, remembered how cheap it is and how green it is. I got very excited and wanted to see where else around the house I could save money and be green!

Green living is cheap, simple and eco-friendly.

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1 comment:

imee said...

I really think this is a cool money saving, eco-friendly way to clean stuff! I guess the only downside is... I love vinegar so seeing it clean my stuff is a little depressing! lol