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You'll Want To Use Homemade Citrus Vinegar As A Hair Rinse

It'll do more than just clean your house

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You ever read an article or watch a video and the first thing that comes to your mind is, “I hope my friend won’t feel some type of way if I immediately email this to them?” That is 1000 percent how I felt when I checked out this tip by @tiffymike222. I will totally explain after you watch it.

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Maybe I’m being a tad bit presumptuous, but I feel like we’ve all got that one friend who isn’t the best at keeping their home clean on a regular basis. Instead, they get these random urges to spring clean which suddenly engrosses them in the cleaning process. And usually, during those times, the house is damn near suffocating you from the smell of bleach, ammonia or white vinegar.

The friend that I’m thinking of falls into the white vinegar category. That’s why I’m glad that I happened upon this tip because she’s right — it is one of the best all-natural household cleaners around. Plus, the oranges tend to take some of the stench away.

Something that she forgot to mention is it’s best if the orange peels soak in vinegar for 1-3 weeks before you start using it. But if you’re looking for something that will clean toilets, countertops, stainless steel appliances, refrigerators and even cutting boards, this is what will do it.

However, I want to shout this video out because it’s also a wonderful hair rinse. Although you’ve probably heard of apple cider vinegar being the kind of vinegar that’s great for the health of your hair, citrus vinegar works to restore the pH balance of your hair, smooth your cuticles (which reduces frizz) and it can help to clarify your scalp and tresses too. All you need to do is pour a cup of it onto clean wet hair, massage it in, let it sit for two minutes and thoroughly rinse it out with cool water.

So, the next time wash day rolls around, now you’ve got something new to add to your routine. You won’t regret it. Trust me.