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Kitchen

For over 135 years, Heinz® Vinegar has occupied a very special place in kitchens. So when it comes to spiffing up, shining up, and washing up, doesn't it make sense to use natural Heinz® Vinegar to clean one of the busiest rooms in your home?

A Great Perk

Great-tasting coffee in the morning, that's what you expect. To eliminate unpleasant lime deposits that can build up and clog the inside heating element of your automatic drip coffee maker, once a month fill the reservoir with a mixture of one-half cup of Heinz® White Vinegar diluted with one gallon of water and run through the brew cycle. Rinse thoroughly with two cycles of water, and enjoy fast, fresh, hot coffee. (Please check with your appliance’s manufacturer’s instructions regarding the use of vinegar for cleaning).

Clean As A Whistle

After fixing a great meal, the last thing you want to face is the cleanup. Heinz® Vinegar is a great solution for that dilemma. Just soak the insides of food-stained pots and pans in a mixture of one-half cup of Heinz® White Vinegar diluted with one gallon of water for 30 minutes. Then rinse in hot, soapy water. You're free to start planning your next culinary adventure with pots and pans that are clean as can be.

Dispose Properly

It's easy to keep your garbage disposal clean and fresh smelling. Just make some vinegar ice cubes. Fill an ice tray with a mixture of one-half cup of Heinz® White Vinegar diluted with one gallon of water, freeze the mixture, and then grind the cubes through the disposal. Flush with cold water.

Dynamite In The Dishwasher

Here are two hints to make things crystal clear. To cut the soapy film on your cloudy glassware, place a cup of Heinz® White Vinegar on the bottom rack of your dishwasher, run for five minutes, then run through the full cycle. A cup of Heinz® White Vinegar run through the full cycle of the machine once a month will also reduce soap buildup on the inner workings.

Grease Be Gone

"The Case of the Clogged Drain" is no mystery for Heinz® Vinegar. To help prevent grease buildup and to keep your drains fresh smelling, pour a handful of baking soda down the drain pipe. Add one-half cup of a mixture of one-half cup of Heinz® White Vinegar diluted with one gallon of water. Cover the drain tightly for a few minutes, then flush with cold water.

Non-Stick Stain Remover

Remove stains from nonstick cookware to prolong the life of your pots and pans. Rub the pans with a cloth dipped in a mixture of one-half cup of Heinz® White Vinegar diluted with one gallon of water to remove the white spotty film caused by minerals in the water.

Sweet Smell Of Success

Long after you've enjoyed the day's catch, does something still smell fishy? Just boil a mixture of one tablespoon of Heinz® White Vinegar in two cups of water to eliminate those unpleasant cooking smells. And onion odors are nothing to cry over, either. To absorb stale, smoky odors, a bowl of one tablespoon of Heinz® White Vinegar diluted with two cups of water placed in an out-of-the-way corner of any room works wonders, too.

Take A Shine To It

To make your chrome fixtures, appliances, and countertops gleam, rub away the streaks and smears with a cloth soaked in a mixture of one-half cup of Heinz® White Vinegar diluted with one gallon of water.

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