Be green—and save some green—by making yourself this eco-friendly cleaning spray. A simple blend of fresh lemon peels, and vinegar , it’s easy to make and harmless to use. Use this all-natural spray as you would a typical cleaner.
Lemons can freshen more than just your food. A powerful antibacterial and grease fighter, lemons can be used all over the house. From the kitchen to the backyard, make your whole house shine with this non-toxic cleaning powerhouse.
Unleash the power of white vinegar―an all-purpose cleaner, brightener, herbicide and more. Just a bit of this multi-tasker, straight up or mixed with water, can replace many pricier products huddled under your sink.
(After 2 weeks)
You will need lemons and vinegar and a quart sized jar..
Fill the jar with lemon rinds. So that not to wasted the lemon juice, I squeezed the juice out and saved for a marinade that was going over chicken for dinner.
6 lemons did the trick for filling the jar. Cover the rinds with enough vinegar to cover.
Put a lid on your jar and leave on the counter or in pantry for 2-3 weeks.
Strain out the lemon rinds and bottle this amazing cleaning lemon vinegar. You can add essential oils for extra cleaning power.
For example, add tea tree and lavender for antibacterial spraying.