Don’t use vinegar to clean the inside of your iron. Instead, follow the manufacturer's cleaning instructions
2. Phone or computer screen
Using vinegar to clean your phone or computer could remove the coating on the screen.
3. Spilt egg
Vinegar is the secret to perfect poached eggs for a reason; it helps to keep it together. Using vinegar to clean up eggs will only make things more difficult.
4. Natural stone or marble benches
According to Good Housekeeping, the acid in vinegar can discolour natural stone and etch marble.
5. Stone, ceramic or hardwood floors
The acid in vinegar can damage your floors. Always read the care instructions for your type of floor.
6. Remove rust spots on certain metals
Vinegar reacts differently with certain metals. Submerging steel tools in vinegar should be to remove rust spots; however, it may cause stainless steel and enamelled cast iron cookware to corrode.
There's not much vinegar can't clean around your home! Don't believe it? Check out our guide to cleaning your entire home using vinegar, 5 cleaning recipes you can make with pantry staples and our guide to using vinegar in the garden.