So my friend came home from work and asked me why adding vinegar to water aids in evaporatoin. He said they had them clean with this solution because it helped the water dry up faster. However, I've only had two years of study in chemistry and I can't say I know for certain. I know that vinegar is an acid, and so the only thing that I could think of was that there was a possible increase in energy as the vinegar dissolves in the solution which could be absorbed by the water? It may sound goofy, but honestly I don't know enough to make any other assumptions. Could someone explain to me how this works, or at least fill me in if its just an old wives tale?