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White vinegar --- a potent natural weed killer!


Calling a professional gardener for whatever happens in your garden is economically impossible!

That is why today we will show you 10 situations where you do not need to call anyone but just use white vinegar in the correct way.

Yes, white vinegar can have a pungent odor, but at least it is cheap and easy to find! By following these tips you will save a lot of time and money!

While at the same time, safeguarding your family and your garden from both toxic chemicals and unwanted insects.

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First of all, if your gardening tools have been exposed to too much water and have rusted, do not be discouraged! Dip them in vinegar and scrub with a sponge to wash rust away and you can use them again without worries.

Ant problems? Spray solution that is one part water and one part vinegar on the critical ant-infested areas. Repeat this process for a two or three days, and you will see that the ants will pack up and leave.

If weeds blight your yard or garden just spray the weeds with pure white vinegar and you will see that in a few days they will dry up and blow away.

After doing a bit of gardening our hands are always grimy with dirt and substances that could cause trouble. Therefore, once you have finished working in the garden, you can clean your hands with white vinegar and then proceed to rinse with plain water.

Liberate trees from fly infestations by preparing a liquid fly trap composed of the following ingredients: 256 ml of water, 130 ml of apple cider vinegar, 50 g of white sugar and a tablespoon of syrup. Mix everything well and put it in an open container and hang it on the fly-infested tree. The trap should eliminate all the flies.

It has been revealed that white vinegar is also perfect for removing limescale or white film from old flower vases and pots made of glass, plastic or terracotta! Just let the stained containers soak in a mixture composed of one part water and one part vinegar for at least one hour. You will see just how easily the spots and mineral deposit can be washed away!

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