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Lemon Juice

  • To get the most juice from a lemon, it should be allowed to reach room temperature, or microwaved for a few seconds prior to juicing. Using your palm to roll the lemon on a hard surface can also help improve juice yields. If you only need a little juice, some people pierce the end with a fork, squeeze the amount needed, cover the holes with tape and then store in the fridge.
  • Pouring lemon juice around areas that ants frequent is said to repel them.
  • An equal amount of lemon juice and water added to an atomizer will create a wonderful synthetic chemical-free green air freshener for your home.
  • Again, an equal amount of lemon juice and water added to a spray bottle is an effective kitchen and bathroom cleaner and can also be used on walls (spot test first).
  • A small amount of lemon juice can also be added to vinegar based cleaning solutions to help neutralize the smell of the vinegar.
  • Heat a bowl of water and lemon slices in your microwave for 30 seconds to a minute; then wipe out the oven. Stains will be easier to remove and old food odors neutralized.
  • Half a lemon stored in your fridge will help control and eliminate unpleasant smells.
  • Rub a lemon juice and baking soda paste onto chrome or copper, rinse and then wipe/buff with a soft cloth or paper towel.
  • Mix 1/2 cup borax and a cup of lemon juice for a powerful toilet cleaner that will leave it smelling extra clean!
  • Use a half lemon to clean the lime scale off a sink or taps/faucets; rinse well.
  • For bleaching purposes, add 1/2 cup of lemon juice to the rinse cycle and hang clothes outside to dry.
  • A teaspoon of lemon juice thrown into your wash can also help your clothes to smell fresher.
  • A teaspoon of lemon juice added to your dishwashing detergent can help boost grease cutting power
  • Hot lemon juice and baking soda is a good drain cleaner that is safe to use in septic systems.
  • if you have a garbage disposal unit, throw in some lemon peel from time to time while it’s working in order to keep it smelling fresh.
  • Rub lemon juice into your wooden chopping board, leave overnight and then rinse. Wood chopping boards appear to have anti-bacterial properties anyway, but the lemon will help kill off any remaining nasties and neutralize odors.
  • 4 tablespoons of lemon juice mixed with half a gallon of water makes an effective window cleaner
  • Straight lemon juice can be used as a general degreaser
  • 2 parts olive oil or cooking oil mixed with 1 part lemon juice makes for an excellent furniture polish!
  • To lighten hair, dampen it with lemon juice and sit out in the sun for an hour. This does work, I tried it myself. Hey, it was the 80’s!
  • juice of a lemon mixed with one cup warm water makes for a great hair conditioner. It should be allowed to stay in your hair for a few minutes then washed off. Exercise caution if you have a sensitive scalp.
  • A small amount of lemon juice pour onto minor wounds can help stop bleeding and disinfect the injury (it will sting a bit). Lemon juice applied to itches, poison ivy rashes and wasp stings is said to relieve discomfort.
  • The smell of fish can linger on your hands, even after scrubbing with soap – rubbing your hands with lemon juice will neutralize the smell and leave your hands smelling wonderful.
  • Cure for headaches: Take a lime, cut it in half and rub it on your forehead. The throbbing will go away.

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