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Cut a Lemon in 4 Pieces, Sprinkle Salt and Put in the Kitchen, Here's Why

Producer of News Repository Oct 26, 2022 4:20 AM

Because of how frequently we use them, kitchens usually show the most signs of wear and tear in our homes. Your kitchen can quickly go from spotless to unappealing due to preparation and cleanup after meals, dirty dishes, pets, and children. By following the advice presented here, you can extend the time between deep cleanings.

One of the best ways to get rid of sink stains is by using a mixture of lemon juice and salt.

Stainless steel sinks easily show fingerprints and dull over time. To get rid of the stains, simply sprinkle salt over the sink, squeeze lemon juice into it, and rub the sink down with lemon peels. Then, wash it with fresh water. Both the citric acid and the salt work together to make short work of the grime.

It also serves as a deodorizer.

You can remove odors from cutting boards by rubbing them with lemons and salt. Lemon's acidity and salt's abrasiveness work together to scrub away grime and odors from cutting boards.

The salt and lemon combination is great for deodorizing cutting boards and removing germs.

Remove the smell of onions and garlic from one's hands

When we chop garlic or onions, we often end up with smelly hands. To eliminate the odor quickly and easily, just slice a lemon in half and sprinkle some salt on the cut side. Apply, then rinse your hands with water.

Lemon's citric acid and salt's exfoliating properties eliminate the odor.

Copper and brass can be polished with it.

Products made from copper tend to tarnish rapidly. This is due to their ability to convert oxygen into copper oxide. A combination of lemon juice and salt can be used to quickly and easily restore copper cookware that has become dull and worn.

5. Clean the cups of coffee and tea stains

Cleaning with lemon is like using a natural bleach. A natural abrasive, salt is effective against stubborn stains.

Coffee and tea stains can be removed from stainless steel cups by rubbing them with this product.

Vegetables, number six, after washing

Produce should be washed before being used in any meal. This aids in the elimination of wax coatings, bacteria, pesticide residues, and other potentially harmful substances.

You can prevent the spread of bacteria and other germs by rinsing vegetables under running water after soaking them in a solution of lemon salt for 15 minutes.

Finally, it serves as a disinfectant by removing grease and grime from the kitchen's walls after being sprayed with the solution.


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