Called On The Carpet
To bring up the color and nap in carpets and rugs, brush heavy traffic areas and dirt spots with a mixture of one-half cup of Heinz® White Vinegar per gallon of water. Then blot dry.
Come Full Cycle
For an all-around-and-around way to freshen up your washing machine, once a month pour in a cup of Heinz® White Vinegar. Run through a normal cycle, without clothes, and unwanted soap residue will vanish.
Did your Pet Just Say "Ooops!"
Pet stains can really be pet peeves. Heinz® Vinegar is a great solution. Pour a cup of a mixture of one-half cup of Heinz® Vinegar diluted with one gallon of water straight on the stain. Wipe clean with strong strokes, then blot with cold water. You've cleaned and deodorized all in one step. And your dog or cat will make a detour around the accident scene.
In Full Bloom
To extend the life of flowers in your house, add two tablespoons of Heinz® White Vinegar, plus three tablespoons of sugar per quart of warm water. Cut flowers will bloom longer than springtime. Stems should be in three to four inches of water to really do the trick.
The Dust Bowl
Just when you thought we had exhausted our list of helpful hints, we've come up with another really cool one. You can keep exhaust fan grills, ceiling fan blades, and air-conditioning grills dust-free and circulating fresh air by wiping with a mixture of one-half cup of Heinz® White Vinegar diluted with a gallon of water to cut the grease and dirt.
Varnished woodwork and furniture that have become dull and cloudy can be renewed by rubbing them with a soft cloth moistened with a solution of one tablespoon of Heinz® White Vinegar in a quart of lukewarm water. Buff up with a soft, dry cloth, and the luster shines through again. And telltale white rings from wet glasses will disappear if you rub them with a mixture of equal parts olive oil and Heinz® White Vinegar.
To help remove light scorch marks on fabrics, rub lightly with a mixture of one-half cup of Heinz® White Vinegar diluted with one gallon of water. Then wipe with a clean cloth. Using the same technique, you'll get great results on underarm deodorant and stains left by anti-perspirants.