Discover How To Use A Lemon In The Kitchen
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Open your arms wide and thank life when it gives you lemons because lemons are great on their own. They are a constant in our refrigerator and an essential component of many of our favourite dishes. We enjoy juicing, zesting, and preserving them. But lemons' advantages don't stop there. As natural small hand scrubbers and a natural, gentle disinfectant that fits in the palm of your hand, lemons are also great kitchen aids. Do you want to polish your Kitchen table, add a shine to your cooking pots, or remove a rust stain? Get some lemons! Lemons can do wonders when it comes to cleaning. As a result of the acidic nature and fresh scent, it can be used like bleach around the house. To make everything look clean, you can use the rinds too. Is cleaning the kitchen on your mind? Next, take a lemon. Find out how you can use lemons outside of cooking in the kitchen. It's Easy Peasy! 

Natural Air Purifier 

Your home might smell less than fresh from cooked fish or broccoli to litter boxes. By adding some lemon slices or lemon peels to a pot of water, you can make a natural air freshener. Your home will soon smell fresh after simmering for roughly an hour. 

Use lemon juice to clean utensils, pans, and hardware 

Cut a lemon in half, then brush the cut side over the inside and outside of any dull aluminium pans. Avoid rinsing. With a soft cloth, buff. Save the rind to polish chrome cabinet hardware and faucets. Rinse with cool water, then dry with a soft cloth after rubbing the rind over the metal. Lemons can be cut in half and dipped in salt to polish copper and stainless-steel pans. Rub the tarnish and filth off the metal surfaces. Rinse well, then pat dry with a clean cloth. 

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Lemon juice's antibacterial properties aid in eliminating bacteria that might remain in minor nicks on wooden tools, plastic and wooden cutting boards, and pizza pans. Following a thorough cleaning, apply lemon juice and let sit for five to ten minutes. Rinse in hot water and thoroughly dry. 

Clean and get rid of microwave odours 

Due to spills and droplets, microwaves can become unpleasant. One-fourth cup of lemon juice mixed with two cups of water in a microwave-safe glass container will make cleanup considerably simpler. Place in microwave and cook until boiling and steam is coming out of the microwave. After letting the steam sit for about five minutes, remove the container and use hand towels or a soft cloth to clean up the mess.