You could spoil something: These are the things you should never wash with vinegar

The vinegar can be a great ally to wash different elements of the home. It is said to be capable of removing bacteria, dirt, and tartar.

Once diluted in water, this acidic solution can be used to clean the kettle, but it is not a magical liquid. Due to its properties, it is not recommended to use it on some surfaces.

These are the items that you should never clean with vinegar.

Screens

While diluted vinegar can be used to clean windows and avoid scratches, the advice does not apply to electronic displays. These come with anti-glare and touch technology that could damage and even stop working entirely with the vinegar.

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Iron

The iron, like the kettle, can accumulate scale and even stain clothes. But if you add vinegar to the tank you could permanently damage the interior, because they have a protective layer that can be undone with the acidity of the liquid. 

Floors

Wood floors should not be washed with vinegar. It is that the acidity of the diluted vinegar can damage the products that cover the wood. That is why it is better to follow the recommendations of the manufacturers and use specialized products. 

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In the case of tiles and stone floors, more than damage, they can generate aesthetic changes and cause them to lose their shine. 

Dishwasher 

Some people recommend vinegar as the best way to eliminate the severe pain that can be left behind with use, but the truth is that it can cause more damage than anything. This is because the inside of dishwashers are filled with small pieces of plastic and rubber that can burn from the acidity of the liquid. 

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Kitchen surfaces

Natural stones such as marble and limestone can be damaged by diluted vinegar, lose their shine, and can lead to scratches. 

The material with which they are manufacturing the countertops will determine which is the best product to be able to leave it clean and disinfected. 

Knives

Stainless steel and vinegar are a bad mix, as it can damage the finish and leave the edges damaged. In these cases, it is better to use warm water and special detergents for dishes as the cleaning method. 

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Washing machine

The problem with these appliances is the potential damage that vinegar can cause to the plastics, hoses and rubbers that are inside. This can melt and even cause leaks in the future.