I am looking for a recipe for vinegar and water air spray.
By Connie from Winston-Salem, NC
I agree with Debbie52. I used it often in my home and when the kids & hubby are sick, and coughing up! Bring it to a boil and let it simmer slowly at your stove top. At first, you will smell heavy vinegar then it will go away! Good Luck!
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I buy a plain spray bottle and fill it up with Apple Cider Vinegar and when a nasty odor permeates the house, I use this. Put it on mist and smell how the odor disappears. You may smell vinegar at first, but then a freshness will override the vinegar. It's cheaper and healthier than the store-bought sprays!
By Delta from Jackson, Miss
I am wondering about if the vinegar might slowly ruin sensitive fabrics, like silk or velvet upholstery and the like, especially if it's mixed with the UV rays from sunshine. I'd think you'd need to be careful where you sprayed the mist, but it sure does sound like a wonderful and super-cheap idea and the price can't be beat! (12/08/2008)
No need to worry about vinegar droplets damaging sensitive fabrics either, as per Cyinda's post. But the spray bottle is instant! (12/13/2009)
I use vinegar for all sorts of things, especially in the wash. It disinfects and softens. I buy the large size container for as cheap as I can find and if I see a really good deal on it, I buy several jugs to keep on hand. I go through it fairly quickly but don't mind since it is cheap and does a good job, plus I like that it is natural. It's still the greatest product to clean your drip coffeemaker as well! (12/13/2009)
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