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Zero-Waste All-Purpose Cleaner

  • Cut the citrus peels (lemon, orange, mandarin, clementine, grapefruit, etc.) left over after cooking.
  • Fill a large jar and pack.
  • Pour white vinegar up to the top of the jar. Close and tap the jar for the air bubbles to come up.
  • Let macerate for two weeks (if needed, write the date of preparation on a piece of paper to have an indication of the end of the maceration).
  • After the two-week period, filter.
  • Compost the peels and pour the macerated vinegar into a spray-cap container.
  • Dilute with a little water (for a solution of about 1/2 water and 1/2 vinegar).

Use this product with a cloth to clean every surface in every room (countertops, dining tables, bathroom shelves, sinks, etc.).

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