Use Lemon Peels Instead of Chemicals
Lemon peels are perfect for cleaning the home and leave a fresh clean smell behind. The best part is they are safe to use around children, adults with sensitivities, and pets. While we don’t recommend your dog eating the lemon peel or your cat licking a surface after you clean with it your pets should be just fine once the cleaned area dries. No residue will be left behind that you have to worry about getting in their food or on a treat they eat all over the floor. If you want a great smelling home that is fresh and clean, check out these simple ways to use lemon peels instead of chemicals. Not only will they keep your home clean, but your family and pets healthy as well.
1. Lemon Peels for the Garbage Disposals.
Keep your disposal fresh and clean by dropping lemon peels and a little baking soda into it. Run the disposal for a few seconds along with some hot water. Odors and grime will be absorbed and banished.
2. Lemon Peels to Help Clean Your Counter Tops
Add a few lemon peels to vinegar for an all natural counter top cleaner. Just mist, wipe, and be done. There is no need to rinse unless the surface feels sticky. In that case, warm water will do it.
3. Lemon Peels to Clean Your Sinks
Some people use lemon peels to scrub their bathroom and kitchen sinks. Just apply the peel and rub. You can also use the vinegar and lemon mixture as mentioned above.
4. Lemon Peels for Your Refrigerator
Place a dish of baking soda and lemon peels in your fridge. It will help soak up bad odors and release a fresh scent at the same time.
5. Lemon Peels to Help Clean Your Floors
Make your floors sparkle by placing a few lemon peels in a mixture of Dawn dish and vinegar. Usually a few drops of Dawn to 2 cups of vinegar will do. Wipe over the floors and wipe clean with a wet cloth. Your floors will shine and smell great.