This Citrus Cleaning Spray now my go-to for all cleaning. It is particularly awesome at cleaning greasy splashbacks and getting grubby marks off my walls (why do my kids insist on touching them, climbing them, rubbing their feet all over them?!).
I’ve made a little video to show you just how easy it is to make. Yes, you need to be a little organised, but, if you’re mindful to put all of your citrus peels into jars and covering them with vinegar, you’ll always have some brewing.
CITRUS CLEANING SPRAY
Makes: 250 ml Prep time: <5 min. (allow 2-3 weeks to infuse)
• peels from 2-3 citrus fruits (orange, lemon, mandarin etc.)
• 1 cup | 250 ml white vinegar
EXTRA EQUIPMENT REQUIRED
• muslin cloth or nut milk bag
1. Fill a small jar with citrus peels and top with vinegar.
2. Leave the mixture to sit in a cool, dark place for at least 2-3 weeks.
3. Strain liquid through a muslin cloth or nut milk bag over a clean bowl, discarding peel.
4. Transfer into
Spray directly onto surfaces as required and wipe down with a cleaning cloth. Shake well prior to each use.
〉Don’t be caught out without fresh citrus brew; keep adding citrus peels to new jars and get them infusing at different times.
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