Lemon Cleaning - Uses For Lemon Juice
You can spend a lot of money buying cleaning sprays and detergents that have been specifically designed to clean different surfaces in your home. Alternatively you can save money by using an all natural cleaning product like lemon juice, which works just as well and is readily available to most people.
- Use Lemon Skins When Rinsing Glasses Add Comments
Whenever you are washing your glasses or other glassware by hand a you should rinse them in water that has a few lemon skins or thin slices of lemon in it. This lemon cleaning tip works because the acid from the lemons makes the glasses appear streak free and sparkle like they are brand new.
- Remove Stubborn Bath Stains Naturally Add Comments
Often you will find it difficult to remove the stubborn stains from your shower base of bath tub without the need to harsh chemicals. So an all natural way to remove these stubborn stains is to use half a fresh lemon that has been dipped in salt and then simply wipe the stains with the cut lemon.
- Remove Odours & Stains From Hands Using Lemons Add Comments
If you have stains of odours on your hands whilst preparing food then you can clean your hands naturally by rubbing them with fresh lemon juice or lemon slices. The lemon juice will remove from your hands any odours caused by onion, garlic, fish or raw meat, as well as stains caused by berries or other fruits.
- Remove Mildew From Clothes Using Lemon Juice Add Comments
A great way to remove mildew from clothes and other fabrics without the need to expensive chemical cleaners is to use lemon juice and ordinary household salt. All you need to do to remove the mildew naturally is to pour some lemon juice over the affected garment, then rub salt onto it and put it in the sun for 2 hours before washing the garment normally.
- Clean Brass & Copper With Lemon Juice & Vinegar 1 Comments
To save money around your home you can easily make your own all natural brass and copper cleaner from lemon juice and vinegar. All you need to do is mix the lemon juice and vinegar together in equal portions, apply the mixture to the brass or copper object with a soft cloth, leave it for a few minutes and then rub it off with a lint free cloth for a sparkling shine.
- Clean & Shine Aluminium Using Lemons Add Comments
If you want to naturally bring back the shine on any items that are made of aluminium without the use of harsh chemical cleaners then you can do so with a lemon. Simply cut the lemon in half, rub the aluminium item with the cut lemon and then polish it with a dry cloth until it shines like new.
- Clean & Deodorize Chopping Boards Using Lemons Add Comments
If you have stained or marked chopping board around your kitchen then the best way to clean, deodorize and whiten them naturally is to use a lemon. Simply rub them down with lemon juice or half a lemon and after a few minutes rinse them clean with hot water.
- Clean Mirrors & Windows With Lemon Juice Add Comments
A great way to be thrifty and save money is to use a mixture of 1 litre of warm water and 25ml of lemon juice to clean all of the mirrors and windows around your house. The acid in this all natural window cleaning solution works very effectively to leave a streak free finish, without the need for any harsh chemical cleaners.