A New Wrinkle
To help get rid of unsightly hem marks that remain after altering hemlines, gently rub them away with a Heinz® White Vinegar-dampened cloth. Then run a steam iron across the crease or telltale line. No more lines.
All Washed Up
Heinz® didn't forget the baby in the house. All-natural Heinz® White Vinegar is the perfect solution for breaking down the uric acid and irritating soap residue in all your baby's clothing, blankets, and sheets. To keep them soft and clean, add one cup of Heinz® White Vinegar to each wash load during the rinse cycle. And for the rest of the family's clothes, the same formula will do the trick.
Because some bright colors in fabrics tend to run, immerse them in a mixture of one-half cup of Heinz® White Vinegar diluted with one gallon of water before washing. Your garments will remain true to their colors. Follow manufacturer's cleaning instructions and test first on an inconspicuous spot.
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.
Starch buildup and corrosion’ are two problems that are easy to iron out with Heinz® White Vinegar. If starch buildup is making your iron stick, simply wipe it clean with a cloth moistened with a mixture of one-half cup of Heinz® White Vinegar diluted with one gallon of water (making sure iron is unplugged and cold, of course). To keep your iron free of corrosion and calcium deposits, occasionally fill the water reservoir with a mixture of one-half cup of Heinz® White Vinegar diluted with one gallon of water and steam-iron a soft utility rag. Repeat the process using water, then thoroughly rinse out the inside of your iron.
Ease The Stain
Don’t cry over spilled cola or wine. Within 24 hours, apply a mixture of one-half cup of Heinz® White Vinegar diluted with one gallon of water directly to the stain (on washable 100% cotton, polyester, and permanent press cotton fabrics). Wash and dry as directed according to the manufacturer's care tag instructions.
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.
Up In Smoke
The party's over, but a smoky odor permeates your clothes. Did you know Heinz® Vinegar can absorb all the bad smells? Pour two cups of Heinz® Vinegar in a bathtub of hot water, hang your clothes above the tub, and let the odors disappear.