Simply put, apple cider vinegar is vinegar made from fermented apple juice. It is commonly stocked in grocery stores and also comes at a low price. Is it any wonder that people have discovered their many uses?

1. To Clean Fruits and Vegetables

Give your fruits and veggies a thorough wash before cooking or eating using ACV. It will effectively rid the plant produces of debris, germs as well as pesticide residue.

2. As a Mouthwash

ACV is a cheap alternative to store-bought mouthwashes. It possesses antibacterial properties, so it is most recommended as a remedy for bad breath.

If you want to try this, watch out for the vinegar's acidity!

3. To Cook Soup

A dash of ACV in your soup will enhance its flavors, and even better, it comes with numerous health benefits!

4. To Prepare a Salad Vinaigrette

One of the most common uses of ACV in the kitchen is applying it to salad dressing. This will not only enhance the flavors of the meal. It will help keep the salad fresher for longer.

5. As an antibacterial

Vinegar is known to provide many health benefits. It is used as food preservative since ages because of its antibacterial properties that control the growth of micro organisms.

6. For Preserving Food

One of the significant tricks to keeping fruits and veggies fresh and crisp, especially after being cut, is sprinkling vinegar, e.g., ACV, of any kind.

This is because of their high level of acidity, which eradicates microbes and enzymes that hasten spoilage.

7. As a Remedy For Sore Throat

The antibacterial properties of ACV are said to be very effective at killing those that cause sore throats. While there is no scientific evidence to support this just yet, a trial wouldn't hurt.

Remember to appropriately dissolve the ACV in water to prevent burning your throat!

8. To Lower Blood Sugar

Some scientific reports share that ingesting vinegar after a meal with high carb content can aid insulin sensitivity and ultimately reduce blood sugar levels.

Before using ACV, people with diabetes are advised to talk to a doctor first.

9. To Clean Almost Anything!

Yet again, ACV provides a cheap alternative to conventional cleaning agents because it can kill germs. All you need to do is dissolve a half cup of the vinegar in 1 cup of water. Spray this on any dirty surface, and all it'll need is a wipe.

However, keep in mind that the vinegar may not be able to remove all harmful germs.

10. To Whiten Teeth

The use of ACV to gradually whiten teeth because of its acidity is fast becoming popular. It is cheap and can be easily applied, unlike other methods that may be more stringent.

However, experts advise that caution be taken because the ACV can erode enamel, which is on your teeth.

11. To Rid Your Home of Fruit Flies

ACV potently eradicate these pesky flies. All you have to pour some vinegar into a cup, then a few drops of dish soap and voila you have your own fly trap!

12. As a Deodorizer

It is thought that ACV can kill bacteria that commonly grow and cause offensive smells. There is no scientific report to clarify these claims, but trying wouldn't hurt.

Simply spray a vinegar/water mixture like a deodorant. You can apply this on any part of your body as long as you have adequately toned down the acidity of the vinegar.

13. As a Facial Toner

One especially important use of apple cider vinegar is in skincare as it is believed to slow aging and remedy skin conditions.

To use it too, mix 1 part apple cider vinegar with 2 parts water. Apply the solution to your skin as desired. Don't forget to do a patch test before applying it to your face!

14. To Remedy Unhealthy Eating Habits

A few studies report that consuming ACV can reduce the number of times you eat per day and so the number of calories you generally consume. Thus, it is recommended as an aid for weight loss.

15. To Boil Better Eggs

Add a little vinegar to the water when boiling or poaching your eggs, and you'll be amazed at how quickly they firm up. Aside from aiding quick fast cooking, the eggs will come out perfectly.

16. To Marinade Meats and Fishes

Make a flavorful marinade for meats and fishes using ACV, and you are sure to earn compliments! The vinegar will not only enhance the flavor, but it would also quicken the tenderizing process.

17. For Cleaning Dentures

Give your dentures a thorough cleaning that will rid it of dangerous bacteria with ACV.

18. To Eradicate Fleas

Apple cider vinegar is thought to be very useful when it comes to getting rid of fleas. It can also be used as a preventative measure against such an infestation on your pet.

To use, spray a mixture of 1 part water and 1 part apple cider vinegar onto your pet.

19. To Treat Dandruff

Massage diluted apple cider vinegar into your scalp to rid it of dandruff. Although this is not backed by any research study yet, it is expected that the vinegar's acidity can help eliminate the fungus that causes the infection.

20. To Rinse Hair

Make an apple cider vinegar hair rinse to help your hair grow better and look more luxurious. To prepare, mix 1 part apple cider vinegar with 1 part water and pour it over your hair.

21. To Make a Bath

Give your skin a treat by adding ACV to your bath next time! To try, pour 1–2 cups of apple cider vinegar into your bath water and enjoy a soak.

22. To Make Sauces

A small addition of apple cider vinegar to any sauce will give it a unique tang. This is especially recommended for sauces that are made using a tomato base.

23. To Eradicate Weeds

You can use apple cider vinegar to make your very own homemade weed killer. This time, you don't have to dilute it; just spray it straight onto the pesky weeds.

24. To Get Rid of Acne

The antimicrobial properties of ACV are thought to do wonders when it comes to acne. This may not work for you, but trying definitely won't hurt as long as you dilute the vinegar appropriately.

To use, soak a cotton pad with the ACV/water solution and apply it to the acne.

25. To Remove Warts

Many claim that the acidity of apple cider vinegar makes it a cheap and effective solution for warts. But, be warned; the process may be excruciating!

26. For Baking

Like any other meal it is added to, apple cider vinegar gives baked products extra flavor and even better, fantastic texture. This is why it is commonly used as a substitute for eggs!

27. To Clean Tooth Brushes

Keep your toothbrushes clean to promote better teeth hygiene. Use apple cider vinegar to give them a  thorough cleaning.

Simply add two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar and two tablespoons of baking soda to half a cup of water. Then soak the head of the toothbrush in the mixture for half an hour. Finally, rinse.

28. To Make a Hot Drink

To prepare, mix two tablespoons of apple cider vinegar, one teaspoon of cinnamon, one tablespoon of honey, and two tablespoons of lemon juice into 12 oz (355 ml) of hot water.

29. To Clean Dishes

Give your dishes a bacteria-killing rinse by dissolving apple cider vinegar in water.

30. As Your Natural Deodorant

Even when it's diluted, the antibacterial properties of apple cider vinegar make it a natural and very effective substitute for store-bought deodorants.

There you have all 30 uses of apple cider vinegar (ACV)! Did any take you by surprise? Believe it or not, this list may not even be exhaustive!