You can create vinegar paste to clean brass and copper.
Use equal parts white vinegar and salt or vinegar and baking soda.
Use a soft cloth or paper towel to run the paste into your brass or copper until the tarnish disappears.
Rinse off with cool water and then buff to a shine with a clean soft cloth.
Nothing can be more frustrating than accidentally writing on a nice, clean white shirt or blouse.
You can remove pen marks with white vinegar on a sponge. Keep repeating until the marks are gone.
Your budding artist child’s decoration on your living room wall will disappear in no time.
Remove sticker residue
You can remove a sticker or decal that is on a painted surface by saturating the corners and edges with white vinegar.
Scrape it off with a plastic card.
The sticky remains can also be removed by soaking it with white vinegar and then wiping clean.
You can un-stick the sticker or price tag from just about any surface using white vinegar.
Clean your piano keys
Clean piano keys with a solution of equal parts vinegar and water.
Dip a soft cloth into the solution and ring out as much as possible.
Wipe each key gently, drying with a soft cloth as you go.
Be sure to leave the keyboard uncovered for 24 hours after cleaning.
Deodorize small spaces
You can use vinegar to deodorize a lunch box, car trunk or footlocker by soaking a piece of white bread in vinegar then placing it in the closed space over night.
By morning, the smell should be gone.