“Skin is naturally acidic but when vinegar is used as a toner, it helps skin find the ideal balance between dry and oily,” says Dr. Karen Hammerman, cosmetic dermatologist at Vanguard Dermatology in New York City.
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1. Glass Cleaner Photo: shutterstock.com Make your own glass cleaner by mixing 1/4 cup of vinegar, 1/4 cup of rubbing alcohol, 2 cups of water, and 1 tablespoon of cornstarch in a spray bottle. Wipe it off with a microfiber cloth—you’ll avoid the lint that paper towels leave and, at the same time, save a tree. Grout Cleaner Photo: shutterstock.com Clean grubby grout with a nontoxic cleanser. Mix 1 cup of dish soap and 1 cup of heated white vinegar then pour into a spray bottle.