I’m excited. I love all-purpose vinegar cleaners, but sometimes It burns my nose. I love how it cuts through messes so easily (like last night when I spilled fresh berry juice all over) and leaves my table nice and shiny. remain for a while. I like pickles, but not all the time.I’m so excited to finally be able to make my own little bottles citrus vinegarGone are the pickles and a little more orange. And, as you know, citrus vinegar is very easy to make.
Step 1: Eat an orange or squeeze a lemon for lemonade and save the peel.
Step 2: Fill the jar with as much citrus peel as possible.
Step 3: Fill the jar with vinegar to the top and close the lid.
Step 4: Wait 2-3 weeks.
You can use lemon or other types of citrus to infuse the vinegar. You will get about 3/4 cup of vinegar.For a quart-sized jar, you will probably need 4 to 6 oranges or lemons.
Waiting for the orange vinegar to “orange”. It’s a word, I made it up.With the remaining orange shavings, make the citrusy soft scrub you originally saw here.
I’m so excited I don’t have to smell pickles anymore when cleaning. I’ll write an update when the orange vinegar is ready.
*Updated April 5, 2013* I have been using the new and improved cleaner and I love it. I sprayed it on the floor and then it glowed. As for food splatters, I would say anything that splattered because it lifts up easily with this cleaner. , it was a little weird so I added vinegar and now it doesn’t smell anything.
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