8 SURPRISING WAYS TO CLEAN WITH LEMON!

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8 SURPRISING WAYS TO CLEAN WITH LEMON!
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8 SURPRISING WAYS TO CLEAN WITH LEMON!

Lemons are not just for eating!  They are a fabulous natural cleaner too.  They have a low pH balance as well as antibacterial properties and a great smell that make them a great natural agent.  Here are 8 SURPRISING WAYS TO CLEAN WITH LEMON that I adore. 

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1. REMOVE ODOURS FROM THE REFRIGERATOR

We've always heard that you can remove odours from your refrigerator with baking soda, but did you know you can with lemon as well?  Just place half a lemon in your fridge weekly.

2. USE IT TO DEODORIZE YOUR WASTE DISPOSAL

Throw your lemon rinds or wedges down your  waste disposal and then run it.  This will easily naturally deodorise your disposal.  LOVE.
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3. CLEAN YOUR MICROWAVE WITH LEMON

Who knew that using lemon was a great natural agent for cleaning your microwave? Place ¾ of a cup of water combined with a couple of tablespoons of lemon juice in the microwave. Heat for 3-4 minutes (to boiling). Leave the microwave door closed so that the steam doesn't escape.  Let sit for 10-15 minutes then wipe down the microwave with a clean cloth.  

4. USE IT TO CLEAN YOUR CHOPPING BOARD

Lemon juice cleans stains from  chopping boards and can help kill germs too. Rub the juice of a lemon into stains on your chopping board and then let sit overnight.  Rinse well and then dry.  If you have an extra stinky chopping board (think garlic or onions) rub with lemon and the lemon will neutralise the odour!
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5. CLEAN YOUR WINDOWS AND MIRRORS WITH IT

If you are a fan of natural products like vinegar for cleaning your windows and mirrors but don't like the smell, try lemon!  Add a few tablespoons of lemon juice to a spray bottle full of water and clean windows and glass like you normally would!

6. CLEAN YOUR BBQ GRILL WITH IT

You can clean your  BBQ grill with lemon juice and salt.  Once your grill is hot, cut a lemon in half, sprinkle with salt (so that it is gritty) and then rub the cut side of the lemon onto your grill.  Be careful not to burn yourself!
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7. SANITISE JEWELLERY

Quite possibly my favourite surprise way to clean with lemon is this one. Did you know that you can sanitise your jewellery by placing your pieces (not brass) in a saucer or ramekin of lemon juice?  Yep, I just recently learned this and I love it. 

8. BRIGHTEN YOUR CLOTHES WITH LEMON

You can brighten your clothes (and make them smell better) by soaking them in hot water and lemon juice.  You'll need to mix about 1/2 cup of lemon juice to 1 gallon of water and then wash as normal.  Do not use on delicate fabrics like silk.  Experts say that this works best if you dry your laundry in the sun.  
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Do you have any great tips for cleaning with lemon?



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