Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Benefits of Lemon Peel

1. Oil repellent  

Take a look around and observe, anything that looks oily around your kitchen? Is it a skillet, a suburb of the stove or kitchen table? Before cleaning it with water, soap and cloth, use lemon oil to repel stains. Sprinkle a pinch of salt to the juice of half a lemon and rub the oily areas, then wash with a cloth.

Note: be careful using the lemon over the surface of marble or other materials that are sensitive to acids.
2. Cleaning the former tea and coffee

To clean up the former tea and coffee are stuck in a glass or pitcher, you can fill the kettle with water, add a handful of pieces of lemon peel and bring to a boil. Turn off the stove and set aside up to 1 hour.
Discard water and rinse the inside of the pitcher. For the coffee pot, add ice, salt and lemon peel into the jug, beat 1-2 minutes, rinse the new exhaust.

3. Microwave Cleaning

Rather than using the cleanser of chemicals that is not environmentally friendly, you'll want to switch to natural products to clean the dirt in the oven.
The trick? Insert the lemon peel into a microwave bowl. Fill half the bowl with water, then cook in a high temperature for 5 minutes. Let the water seethe lemon peel condenses on the inside of the microwave chamber and removed after the bowl, you just wash it.

4. Eliminate smelly garbage

Lemon peel can be used to eliminate the odor in the area around the garbage disposal in the kitchen.

5. Rubbing chrome material

Heap minerals in tap water or other items made of materials can be smoothed by rubbing chrome half lemon. When finished, rinse and dry with a cloth.

6. Polishing of copper

Cooking equipment from copper materials can be made shiny by rubbing using a mixture of half a lemon, salt or baking soda. Stay rub, let sit for 5 minutes, rinse with warm water then dry.

7. Clean the sink of stainless steel

The method is not much different when cleaning the chrome material.

8. Repel insects

Many pests hate going nature of the acid contained in lemons. You can chop the lemon skin, then put it near the hole, window, or any area that became the entrance for ants or other small animal.

9. Air freshener

Hot weather? Just enter a piece of lemon peel in a container filled with water, and simmer over low heat to moisturize and scent the room.

10. Refreshing cutting board

Because the pH is low enough lemon, then lemon juice contains anti-bacterial properties that can sanitize the cutting board. After washing, rub the surface of cutting board, let stand a few minutes, rinse.

11. Soften brown sugar

Not only the apple slices that could soften brown sugar, but also lemon peel. Just make sure to clean the skin first before putting it in bags of sugar. Humidity lemon peel will soften hard brown sugar texture.

12. Flavor enhancer

Whether fresh lemon peel, dried, until the frozen ones, can all be tasty food preparations, naturally again. You can add lemon peel chopped into salads, fish, bread until the dish.

13. Garnish dish

Lemon peel cut in length can be formed into a spiral, flower, or other forms to decorate the food and beverages.

14. Lemon extract powder

Where it comes from powdered lemon extract if not from the lemon itself? Chop the lemon peel, make sure you are removing her white sari (usually bitter), and dry by putting them on a plate for 3-4 days. Enter into a blender and crush until the form of powder. Again, this one can extract tasty food.

15. Lemon sugar

Same way with the above make lemon extract. You just add the sugar and store the mixture into the jar. Sugar in a flash has a lemon flavor.

16. Lemon pepper

Not much different from the lemon sugar, pepper you can taste the lemon if you mix the extract with pepper.


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