Coffee maker:Just run a cycle with plain water, and later add a mixture of lemon juice and water to the water tank. Let it sit and then run the cycle through. Repeat the same process once more, then run another plain water cycle (wash the coffee pot and filter afterward to remove any lemon taste).
Rust stains on marble: Sprinkle baking soda on the stains then add lemon juice. Scrub and repeat as necessary, then wipe off with a wet towel.
Brass and copper polish: Combine equal parts of lemon juice and vinegar and apply the mixture on the brass or copper using a paper towel. Then, using a soft cloth, polish the surface until it is completely dry.Mix lemon juice and baking soda into a thick paste and use it to remove tarnish.
Silverware polish: Mix a tablespoon lemon juice, 1.5 cups of water and 0.5 cut instant dry milk. Soak your silverware in the mixture overnight, then rinse and dry.In cases of blemished silverware, you can apply some lemon juice to the surface and polish it using a clean towel.
Dish soap booster: Add some lemon juice in your dish soap for a more powerful effect.
Plastic containers: If you prefer keeping your food in plastic containers, lemon juice makes their cleaning a lot easier. Just rub any container you are using with some lemon juice. Leave the containers on the sun to dry completely. This step will help you eliminate any tarnish
Toilet: Pour half a cup of lemon juice into your toilet and let it stay for a while. In cases of harder tarnishes, add in half a cup of borax.
To unclog drains: Lemon juice can also help you a lot when it comes to clearing obstructed drains. First, pour some boiling water down the drain, then add half a box of baking soda and about 8-12 ounces of lemon juice. Lemon juice and baking soda will create a foaming reaction. Finish by pouring down some boiling water. In this way you will drive off any obstruct.
Shower doors: Cut a lemon in half and soak one of the halves in baking soda, and then rub it on the glass to remove water stains. Finish by washing it off.
All-purpose cleaner: Mix water, baking soda, vinegar, lemon, and lemon essential oil for a wonderful kitchen or bathroom cleaner.
Cheese graters: Rub half a lemon over your graters to remove grease without ruining your sponge.
Hardwood floors: Combine lemon and vinegar to make a grime-fighting non-toxic floor cleaner.
2.Lemon Peels & Lemon Juice for Health
Lemon water: Lemon water is rich with vitamin C and potassium.It stimulates digestion and improves the function of your immunity.
Sore throat: Lemon has strong anti-inflammatory and antibacterial properties. Gargle lemon water to relieve sore throat. Drink lemon water to obtain more vitamin C and boost your immunity.
Canker sores: Lemon juice has antifungal and antibacterial properties. Gargle hot lemon water to stimulate the healing of any canker sores.
Skin rashes: Soak a cotton ball in lemon juice and apply it to rashes, such as poison ivy, for relief.This will ease your condition.
Insect bites: Lemon juice can help to relieve the swelling and itching of insect bites.
Coughs: Add some honey to your warm lemon water to help reduce mucous buildup and relieve coughs.
Warts: Lemon juice breaks down warts and improves recovery.
Leather shoe polish: Combine one-part lemon juice with two parts of olive oil, then apply the mixture on your leather shoes and let it work for about 10-15 minutes. Polish using a cloth.
Invisible ink: Soak a cotton swab into lemon juice and right a message on a piece of white paper. After it dries, hold it up to a lamp or light bulb to see your hidden message.
Jewelry sanitizer: Add one tablespoon of lemon juice to 1.5 cups of water. Use the solution to sanitize earrings and other jewelry, but do not use it on pearls or gold.
Insect repellant: Use lemon juice and water to clean floors and deflect roaches and flees. If this does not help you get rid of ants, spray some concentrated lemon juice on the areas where ants gather or you can just place lemon peels near your entryways to deflect insects.
Stains on your pet’s fur: To remove pink or red-colored stains from around your pet’s eyes or mouth, just apply a paste of baking soda and lemon juice and rub into the fur. Let it sit for about 10 minutes then rinse off. Do this carefully, because the paste should not get near your pet’s eyes.
Berry stains on hands: Rub a paste of cornmeal and lemon juice onto your hands, let sit for a while, and then rinse off to remove berry stains.
Kill weeds: Spray some lemon juice on any unwanted weed.
Dog and cat repellant: If you want to keep neighborhood dogs and cats out of your yard, just apply some lemon skins and coffee grounds on the perimeter. Pets do not like this odor.
Hardened paintbrushes: Bring lemon juice with a splash of water to a boil, then add in hardened paintbrushes. Let it stay for 15 minutes, then wash with soap and water. The bristles will become soft again once they dry.
Gentle bleach: Add lemon juice to hot water and soak white linens, and then rinse and wash as normal. You can also add one-half cup of lemon juice to your washing cycle to avoid heavy bleachers.
Spot treatment: Apply some lemon juice on any fabric tarnish, and add salt. Scrub and wash off. This works especially great for underarm tarnishes. You can leave them dry on the sun to provide a more power powerful stain-fighting power.
Mildew stains: Apply a paste of lemon juice and salt to the stain, then leave it on the sun to dry completely. You can also iterate if needed.
Grease stains: Mix lemon juice with vinegar and apply to the stain. Let it sit and then rinse.
Whiten tennis shoes: Spray lemon juice onto white sneakers and then let them dry on the sun. This will whiten your sneakers and provide a freshening effect.
Garbage disposal: Freeze lemon slices and vinegar in ice cube trays. A few ice cubes will do the trick when it comes to cleaning and freshening.
Refrigerator: Soak a sponge in lemon juice and let it sit in your fridge for a few hours. Lemon juice works better than baking soda when it comes to eliminating odors.
Room freshener: Stew water, lemon peels, cloves and cinnamon sticks to freshen your living room or any other place in your home
Humidifier: Add lemon juice to the water in your humidifier, then let the machine do its job.
Breath: Lemon water is the best way to keep your breath fresh.But, make sure you rinse your oral cavity with plain water, because lemon juice may gnaw your tooth enamel.
Fireplace: Dried citrus skins ease starting fire and also add a nice scent to your home. All you have to do is leave the citrus skins for several days.
Hands: Add lemon juice while washing your hands with soap to help remove stubborn odors like garlic.
Cat box: Place a few lemon slices near your cat’s box to enjoy a fresher air.
Trash cans: Put a few lemon skins in your trash can to eliminate odors.
Prevent browning on fruits and veggies: Soak cut-up apples, cauliflower, bananas, pears, potatoes, and avocados in a bowl of cold lemon water to prevent them from turning brown.
Revive limp lettuce: Add the juice of half a lemon to a bowl of cold water.Macerate your lettuce leaves and put them in the fridge. Later you can dry them and make your super-delicious green salad.
Clumpy rice: To keep rice from sticking, add a spoonful of lemon juice to the water while the rice is cooking. Use a fork to plump it when it is done.
Ice cubes: Add lemon slices to your ice cube tray. In this way your drinks will have a lot better flavor
Marinade: Combine lemon juice with your favorite oils and herbs to marinate meats.The acid in lemon juice breaks down meat and helps it absorb the marinade more easily.
Buttermilk substitute: This is a great substitute for the buttermilk you are using in your recipes. Add two tablespoons of lemon juice to a cup of milk. Let it rest for 15 minutes.
Sour cream substitute: For a sour cream alternative, add some lemon juice to whipped cream and let it sit for 30 minutes.
Hair lightener: Combine lemon juice with almond or coconut oil, then apply it to your hair before heading out in the sun. The lemon will lighten your hair while the oil will keep it from drying out.
Age spots and freckles: Use a cotton swab to apply the lemon juice. This will help in fading age spots and speckles.
Brightening moisturizer: Mix a few drops of lemon juice and coconut oil. Use this mixture as a moisturizer to hydrate and clarify your skin.
Whiten nails: Soak your nails in a mixture of lemon juice and olive oil. Lemon juice will clarify your nails, and the olive oil will make them firm.
Dandruff: Gently rub two tablespoons of lemon juice on your scalp and massage it for a while. Rinse with lemon water. Iterate if necessary until the dandruff disappears for good.
Acne:Lemon juice acts as a natural astringent. It will help you get rid of acne when applied twice a day. Let the juice to stay on your skin for 10 minutes and rinse with cool water.
Exfoliator: Mix lemon juice, sugar, olive oil and honey into a exfoliating scrub. Use it for both your face and body.