6 New Uses for Lemons that YOU will LOVE!


Last Updated on January 18, 2021

When life gives you lemons, make lemonade! Oops, not this time! So when life gives you lemons, clean with them! That’s my empowering mantra to start my daily cleaning routine. Surprised? You have to hear me out…lemon uses are endless and go beyond making a refreshing homemade fresh lemonade. What lemons can be used for, you might ask? Lemon uses are countless and so unexpected! For instance, if you want to make your house look shiny and smell fresh, look nowhere else! Lemons can do the work. This versatile, tangy citrus fruit can clean a surprising number of places in your house and put an end to some of your most challenging cleaning tasks, such as getting rid of water stains, unpleasing odors, and other nasty household chores. Today, you can say bye-bye to all those harsh chemical cleaning products and even save yourself some extra cash! Excited to discover MORE? Jump in!

1. Use Lemons To Whiten Clothes

We all know that white clothes are always the hardest to keep looking bright and new. It’s frustrating, I know! Of course, many laundry products can be used to restore yellowed fabrics to their former color. But, how about something natural, safe, and effective? You got it! Lemons can do the trick without breaking your bank or even causing you any allergies. Yes, you’ve read it right! You don’t need to reach for the bleach. Instead, you can throw your whitish socks or any other piece of clothes you want to whiten into a pot of boiling water with two lemon halves. Leave for two hours and then machine-wash them.

2. Use Lemons To Remove Water Stains

If you have a water enclosure or shower screen, then you know well the struggle of removing water stains from these surfaces and how quickly they return if not cleaned properly! Solution? Easy breezy…all you need is lemon and baking soda. Dip the cut side of a lemon half in baking soda and then start rubbing the lemon on the affected surface. Once the stains disappear, you should rinse and then dry the surface with a soft cloth. And Voilà, you will have more time to binge-watch your Netflix series!


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