Namaste crunchy readers,

Recently I posted a citrus all purpose cleaner but did you know that vinegar can be used around your whole house for cleaning and deodorizing? Vinegar is kind on the planet and very inexpensive to purchase, there really is no reason not to clean with it!

But no need to listen to me, check out this awesome infographic designed by Ghergich & FIX to show the various uses of vinegar beyond the obvious.


Source: Fix.com

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Question of the Day:
What is your favorite way to use vinegar?
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Ashleigh is a stay at home mom who enjoys blogging about balancing the mind through meditation and conscious parenting, the body through plant based eating and yoga, and the soul through up cycling and sustainability. Keep your life balanced & subscribe to her weekly emails, like OmLivin’ on FB or check her out on Google+ for more.

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