Why does vinegar kill plants?

Answer Vinegar is acidic. This damages the plant in thee ways.1. Direct change in the acidity of the soil, damaging the root system tissues directly.2. Vinegar changes the pH of the soil, locking up certa... Read More »

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Does vinegar kill mildew?

Vinegar is an effective and inexpensive way to kill mildew and inhibit future mildew growth. You can apply distilled white vinegar, either at full strength or diluted with water, directly to mildew... Read More »

Does Vinegar Kill Nits?

An egg or young parasitic insect, nits are a common sight during a head lice infestation. Lice lives on scalps and eyebrows, even eyelashes, and can quickly spread from person to person. Itchy scal... Read More »

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Does white vinegar kill mold?

Full-strength white distilled vinegar is effective in killing bacteria, germs, mildew and 82 percent of molds. Use vinegar as a quick-fix and follow up with a dry vapor steam cleaner. Most molds wi... Read More »