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All Purpose Citrus Vinegar Cleaner - Clean Your Home Naturally

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Vinegar can be used as an all purpose cleaner. If you can get past the scent! Here's how I freshen up the vinegar with a little citrus!
  • all purpose citrus vinegar cleaner clean your home naturally, cleaning tips, home decor
Add the peel from an orange, lime or grapefruit to a jar.
  • all purpose citrus vinegar cleaner clean your home naturally, cleaning tips, home decor
Pour 3 cups of white vinegar in to the jar filled with citrus peels.
Now just seal and store for 2 weeks.
Strain and pour 1 cup of the vinegar mixture in a spray bottle.
Finishing filling with water.
Clean until your hearts content.
  • all purpose citrus vinegar cleaner clean your home naturally, cleaning tips, home decor
Here's a two-for tip: 1. To remove odors from a room just pour some in an open bowl, after about 12 hours pour down the drain. 2. Pour it down the disposal drain, wait an hour and flush with water, great for freshen the disposal!

To see more: http://refreshrestyle.com/natural-citrus-cleaner/

  • Susan Dye
    Susan Dye Staunton, VA

    Wish my mother had known about this when I was growing up. I used vinegar and water to rinse my hair and it left my hair shining but smelling like a salad:) Would have been much nicer if it smelled like citrus!

  • Sue Sawyer
    Sue Sawyer North Port, FL

    I use white vinegar and water to mop and scrub tile grout...makes it white again..

  • Sylvia Earle

    I DID THE SAME THING ONLY I USED PINE NEEDLES FOR A PINE SCENT.

  • Mkleisure55

    I have been making this for about 6 months now. I not only love the smell but how it cleans. I have used it as a general cleaner, with a little castile soap, and of course with baking powder. I have also used it to clean the grout on 2 of my bathroom

  • Refreshrestyle D
    Refreshrestyle D Bishop, GA

    Equal parts of water to mixture.

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