Evergreen scented vinegar for cleaning (pine vinegar) can be made with only two basic ingredients: vinegar, and fresh evergreens. Keep reading to find out how to make this simple yet useful pine-scented cleaner today.
Vinegar is one of my favorite weapons in the green cleaning war. Yes, you heard me right, vinegar! And unfortunately, vinegar leaves the house smelling weird.
A few people level out refuse tp clean with vinegar because of the odor. (If you clean with vinegar, you know that the smell doesn’t last for long). Vinegar is a characteristic deodorizer… it dries scentless)
However, I get it, it’s more fun to clean with yummy aromas of flowers and refreshing backwoods scents floating through your home.
Luckily, it’s easy (and cheap) to make scented vinegar that is an incredibly common cleaner ad it’s less hostile to the nose.
How To Make Pine Vinegar
You can make your own pine-scented vinegar with 2 basic ingredients: evergreen cut-out and white vinegar.
- Place evergreen branches or needles into a perfect glass container with a top.
- Fill the remainder of the container with white vinegar.
- Permit the blend to soak for at any rate 3 to about a month and a half in a dim, cool spot. (*Speed up the procedure by warming the vinegar before pouring it over the evergreens.)
- Channel the branches or needles out of the vinegar.
- Store the vinegar in a cool, dim spot and use it for family cleaning.
*I’ve left evergreen vinegar to soak for as long as a half year! The fragrance improves and better!
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