Your Cheap Smelly Friend Vinegar
Ah vinegar, that cheap and odd smelling jug of clear fluid. Well if you dislike the stuff as much as my wife and past roommates let me show you some ways to use it that may be a surprise.
A spray bottle of ½ water and ½ vinegar is an effective cleaner, deodorizer (it does have its own smell though), germ killer.
Tenderize cheap tough meat in a mixture of ½ cup vinegar and 1 cup broth or bullion mixture.
For a more stabilized egg white whipped peak you can add a ¼ tsp of vinegar.
A teaspoon added into your boiling rice adds a nice texture enhancement
In my humble opinion I have never seen anything be as effective as vinegar when removing hard water build up on glass.
You can add a ¼ cup to your dishwasher to help clean the dishes with your soap.
Clogged water outlets can be soaked in a bag filled with vinegar to unplug mineral build up.
Add a few drops to deviled eggs to give them a bite.
You can use paper towels soaked in vinegar in an empty toilet bowl for 30 minutes to remove those nasty mineral build ups