Vinegar is non-selective, meaning it will damage any plants and turf grass it touches, not just the weeds you are trying to kill. When you spray the vinegar onto weeds, make sure it isn’t hitting other plants.
Keeping this in consideration, how do you clean houseplants with vinegar?
- Two cups of water – If you have soft water, use it. If not, don’t worry. I use hard water for this.
- One tablespoon of white vinegar.
- A cloth – I like to use microfiber because it can help to pull out more junk from leaf crevices and wrinkles, but any gentle cloth will do.