Lemons are very versatile and there is NOTHING you cannot clean with lemon juice. Lemons are high in citric acid and that is why they are known as best cleaners. Lemon juice is completely natural so it’s safe to use without worrying about any damage. IT’s cheaper than many costly cleansers available in the market. Here are top-10 things you can clean with lemon juice.
Cutting Board: To get rid of stubborn stains from the cutting board, just dilute lemon juice with water. Rub this mixture on the stain and allow it to sit till the stain fades completely. You can also leave it overnight for better results and in the morning the stain will be vanished.
Counter tops: To clean counter tops of kitchen you can use diluted lemon juice. Yes, put some diluted solution in a spray bottle and then spray it on the counter tops. Wipe it off using a cloth.
Odor: To remove odor from garbage area, microwaves, washbasin, refrigerator etc. you can use lemon juice. Pour a gallon of hot water with half cup of lemon juice. Keep it in the microwave/refrigerator without opening the gate for 10 minutes. It will remove odor immediately.
Brighten Whites: To maintain the brightness of your clothes always soak them in a mixture of warm water and lemon juice. It will maintain the brightness of your clothes for years. This will save you from the expensive dry cleaning bills.
Toilet Cleaner: To keep your toilet bowl fresh, clean and remove odor just put half lemon in it. Then using a brush swish the bowl. This way the odor will be vanished and the toilet will smell fresh.
Rust stains: To remove grease and rust stains from cotton and polyester’s, just rub lemon juice as a spot treatment. Allow it to sit overnight and the stain will be vanished next morning.
Mirror cleaner: To clean mirror, windows, glasses and car make a solution of lemon and water. 1 tablespoon of lemon juice with one cup of water will work fine. Put this mixture in a spray bottle and start the cleaning.
Clean Floor: To clean white marbles of your house make a mixture of one cup lemon juice and 1 tbsp. salt. Rub it on the floor and then wipe off using a clean cloth.
Utensils: To clean your copper, brass and aluminum stuff you can use lemon too. Just cut lemon in half and sprinkle some salt on the sliced side. Rub this lemon onto the metal until the salt is vanished completely. The stuff will shine like it’s new.
Furniture Polish: Make your own furniture polish by mixing 2 tbsp. of lemon juice with half tbsp. of olive oil. Put this in a spray bottle and spray it on furniture. Spread equally with a cloth and then let it dry. This is the cheapest and natural furniture polish you will ever find.