She Places White Vinegar and Alcohol Inside Her Ear For 60 Seconds a Day. The Reason Is Brilliant!

No one wants either that clogged feeling of earwax nor the grossness of it being visible.  It’s commonly thought of as dirt that needs to be removed, when in fact, earwax is actually produced by your body to protect the inner ear from things in the environment that can adversely affect it.  In actuality earwax acts as a barrier from real dirt, bacteria, and other potential environmental intrusions.

Not only does earwax serve this health-maintaining function for the inner ear, but it normally gets rid of excess wax naturally.  Despite this fact, many of us are bothered by that gooky feeling of excess wax, and go for the Q-tips to dig it out.  In the video you are about to watch below, Dr.David Hill discusses earwax, and the best ways to clean it when it builds up and is bothersome.

He explains why using Q-tips is the very worst thing you can do when trying to clean your ears.  As he discusses in greater detail, Q-tips push the earwax deeper into the canal and can cause some serious damage.

He makes some healthier suggestions for the safe cleaning of our ears, including a mixture of white vinegar and alcohol.  For exact proportions and some other suggestions, follow his sensible and healthy suggestions, so that you don’t actually cause some serious damage to your inner ears.

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Apparently THIS Stops Lint From Sticking To Everything In Your Laundry. I Had No Idea.

Let’s be honest, one of the least exciting chores that must be done around the house is laundry. The inevitable build up of dirty clothes is an annoying, never-ending cycle, but also a very necessary part of life. The worst part about it is figuring out how to properly launder and clean all the different types of clothing you have. Some pieces may be badly stained or heavily soiled, then there’s towels, sheets, whites, colors, and whatever else needs special consideration!

In turn, for all of those different things there are numerous products like detergents and fabric softeners, dryer sheets, spot and stain removers, bleach, and more that are designed to clean certain things. They add up fast, but you don’t even need half of them, instead all you really need is white vinegar.

White vinegar allows you to get all of your laundry done with the least amount of guesswork and products. How so? Check out the video and read on for the long list of white vinegar laundry uses that will make your clothes cleaner, softer, better smelling, and less static-clingy!

Clean and Brighten Colors- In addition to regular detergent, place some white vinegar in your washer’s dispenser so that it gets released during the rinse cycle. For larger sized loads use ½ cup and for average-smaller sized loads about ¼ cup of white vinegar.

Sweat Stain Removal- Before washing, spray some white vinegar on the stains, and then launder as per usual.

Stubborn Stain Removal- Soak clothes overnight in a tub filled with warm water and ½ cup of vinegar then wash them as you normally would the following day.

Deodorize- Vinegar is a natural odor neutralizer and works wonders at eliminating stinky smells, from mildew to smoke and perfumes.

Remove Built-up Residues- Powdered detergents have a nasty habit of leaving behind residue but by adding a half a cup of white vinegar you can both eliminate and prevent them.

Fabric Softener- Simply pour a little bit in the compartment for the fabric softener and you’ll notice the difference.

Delicates- Fill a sink, tub, or container with warm water and then add six tablespoons of white vinegar. Hand wash delicate items and soak them for 30 minutes before rinsing and drying.

Clean the Washing Machine- Don’t place any clothes in for this, simply add in a full cup of white vinegar to the machine’s dispenser and run it on the hot cycle. When it’s all done any built up grime, waxes, or residues will be gone.

Reduce Static Cling- When you wash your clothes with vinegar it reduces the static charge and so they’ll attract less dust, animal hair, lint, and all that fuzzy type of stuff.

White vinegar can basically do everything you need in terms of doing laundry and cleaning clothes and the only other thing you might need is detergent. Using vinegar can help you save money and cut down on all the irritating, harsh, chemical-laden products you use. Try it the next time you do laundry and see how you like it!

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THIS Is What Happens When You Place White Vinegar and Alcohol Inside Your Ear For 60 Seconds

People often think that earwax is gross and should be removed from their ears every time they shower or bathe. However, this is not the case, and the bad reputation that ear wax has developed is not based on anything but hearsay, it’s totally without merit.

The yellowish waxy substance is naturally produced by the human body and is beneficial to our health in more ways than one. It helps to protect our inner ears from infections, dust, and dirt, as well as bacteria and other germs that would otherwise enter them.

The wax also forms a protective barrier on the delicate skin in the ear canal which prevents it from becoming irritated when water gets inside, plus it moisturizes and keeps the skin from becoming dry, flaky, and itchy. The wax is produced by the tiny hair follicles that line the ear canal.

Normally it makes its way out of the opening of the ear on its own, but sometimes it can build up and cause blockage problems. The most common way in which people go about cleaning their ears is with a Q-tip. Doing this is the wrong way to clean your ears, it’s ineffective and just pushes the wax further into the ear canal thereby increasing the potential for blockage.

Whatever you do, don’t use Q-tips to try and clean your ears. Instead, gently wash the outside area with a washcloth. If you feel that there is a blockage due to wax build up in your ear, you can try this all natural, homemade rinse to clear it out. All you need is white vinegar and rubbing alcohol.

Take a small container and fill it halfway with white vinegar and equal parts rubbing alcohol. Tilt your head to one side, so your ear is level and will hold the liquid inside, then gently pour in about a teaspoon of the mixture. Stay still for one minute, then sit back up and allow the liquid to drain from the ear.

You may repeat this process twice daily until your ears clear up, but if the issue persists any longer than 3 days you should see a doctor because it could be something more serious. Also, this remedy should only be used in cases of minor ear infections, ear wax, or water in the ear. If you have a different or more serious problem you should see a doctor. Watch the video for more information on the topic.

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