5 Things You Can Do With Lemons Around The Kitchen

Lemons aren’t just for summer beverages and cooking! Here are some tips to use lemons to clean your kitchen! Not only are they great for multiple purposes, but it’s also an all-natural way to keep things fresh and clean.


The Garbage Disposal

An easy way to keep your garbage disposal (and kitchen) smelling fresh is to utilize lemons! Putting a few slices of lemon down the disposal and running it will make your sink smell fresh and clean.


Copper Pots and Pans

Over time, pots and pans can lose their luster. Scrubbing them with a mixture of lemon juice and salt is an easy way to bring back their shine.


Inside of The Microwave

Put a bowl of warm water and sliced lemons in the microwave for several minutes, letting the water boil and release steam. Afterwards, carefully remove the bowl from the microwave and wipe out the interior with a clean cloth.


Cutting Boards

Cutting boards get a lot of use. They can be used to chop all sorts of foods from garlic to apples. To keep the cutting boards clean and to prevent any lingering food smells, rub a lemon on the cutting board after it’s been used. Let the juices sit on the board for at least 20 minutes before giving the cutting board a thorough cleaning.


Natural Air Freshener

Using lemons in an inexpensive and all-natural way to deodorize your home. Put several lemons in a pot of water and let it boil. The fragrance released will make your home smell clean and get rid of any lingering food smells from past meals.


Do you use lemons as an all-natural cleaner in your home? Comment your tips below!

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