You sure can catch more flies with honey, than with vinegar. But that is practically the only thing vinegar is not good for, catching flies. Vinegar is a wonderful all around cleaner, deodorizer, disinfectant, and of all things, a great weed killer. Used full strength in a spray bottle, it can cut grease on counter tops, and stoves, or make your windows shine, just use newspaper to dry them, stand back and see the sparkle that rivals diamonds. In the garden vinegar makes a great natural weed killer. And if you have pets or children this should be very important to you. While it definitely works better on a sunny hot day, on small or young weeds, it does a great job practically any dry time of the year. You may need to reapply on mature weeds, but what would you rather use, a dangerous pesticide, or a natural product. I have come across a recipe for a natural weed killer using 4 cups full strength vinegar, 1/2 cup of salt, 2 tbsp. of dish detergent. I have not had a chance to try this out, so please be careful which plants you spray it on. Watch out for your lovelies, since this may damage your other plants. I just use full strength vinegar in a spray bottle, wet the leaves thoroughly, and let the sun do it's work. Got any great vinegar tips? Do you love to add a bit of fresh lemon juice, or a essential oil to your spray bottle to "freshen it up," do you pour a cup full into your washing machine to soften the water? What else do you use vinegar for? If you are wondering who's garden this is, it belongs to Floweriscious Does that blue, not just reach out and grab you?