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Want To use The Tangy Lemon In A Different Way! Here Are Some Tips

Arpita Mackelvy

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Lemons are claimed to have lots of benefits for our health and skin which is proven scientifically but apart from that they can be used for cleaning as well. Let’s Explore some amazing uses listed below.

#Use Lemon To Clean Clothes: Lemon juice and hydrogen peroxide are the two main components in the recipe for the homemade bleach alternative. This all-natural mixture is great for whitening whites and removing stains.

#Clean Your Kitchen: Use lemons to make two homemade cleaners at once – an enzyme cleaning spray and a scrub! Scrubbing the sinks with lemon scrub and spray can really help in making the kitchen sparkling fresh and clean.

 #Freshen Your Garbage Disposal: Pour white vinegar into an ice cube mold, and drop a small chunk of lemon into each section. Freeze the tray, then drop a few of the frozen vinegar cubes into your running garbage disposal. The ice will help keep the blades sharp and clean, and the lemon helps to deodorize the disposal.

#Remove Permanent Marker Stains: To remove the stubborn permanent marker stains! You can use a mixture of lemon juice and cream of tartar to remove treat permanent marker stains on fabric or upholstery.

#Lemon can help Keeping the Bugs Out: Squeezing some lemon juice into holes and cracks where you see ants coming in can really help repel pesky insects in your home! and they’ll avoid the area in the future as spiders, ants, and fleas are highly sensitive to smell, and they don’t like the fragrant lemon.

#Eliminate Garbage Can Odors: lemon peels to eliminate odors from your garbage can! After you take a full bag out of the trash, place a handful of lemon peels at the bottom of the can, then put your new trash bag in. This will avoid the bad odor.

#Clean A Stained Cutting Board: Squeeze the juice of half a lemon onto your stained cutting board. Use the lemon peel to spread the juice so it covers the stain, and to work the juice onto the cutting board surface. Take the cutting board outside and set it somewhere that it can soak up the sun. Let it sit for several hours, or even better until the sun goes down. Then bring your cutting board inside and give it wash in soapy water.

#Eliminate Fridge Odors: Soaking a sponge or cotton ball in some fresh lemon juice, and place it in your fridge for several hours to absorb those odors.

#Polish Pots, Pans, and Hardware: To brighten dull aluminum pans, cut a lemon in half and rub the cut side over the inside and outside of the pan. Do not rinse, but instead wipe them with a soft cloth. To shine stainless steel and copper pots, slice a lemon in half and dip it in salt. Rub over the metal surfaces to remove tarnish and grime. Rinse well and dry with a soft cloth.

#Soften the Hardened Paint Brushes: To soften hardened paintbrushes before your next painting project, heat lemon juice to boiling in a microwavable bowl. Remove from the microwave and submerge the bristles of the brush. Leave to soak for at least 15 minutes and then wash in soapy water, this will make your brush soft.

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