Hello ladies! Lets start our Friday off with a non-toxic way of green cleaning. Using very simple items , that can be washed and reused . Which saves money, it's safe, non toxic, and smells delish! This item would be lovely dust cloths. After finding this recipe you know I had to give it a go a few times to determine if it would be included in my DIY green cleaning list. And yep it made the cut. So here is what's needed: A Glass mason Jar Water ( I use purified water for life span) Vinegar Rags 6 Lemons Olive oil ( forgot to add olive oil to my picture, lol. Sorry) Use your lemons, but remember to save the peelings. Put equal parts water and vinegar into your mason jar. Add a few drops of Olive oil. Olive oil has proven beneficial to remove dust from metallic surfaces and furniture. Soak your rags until fully saturated. Wring out your rags ( try to wring them over your jar in hopes of saving some of the mixture), leaving them damp. Next , place your rags flat and begin to place your saved peelings from your lemons into your cloth rags. folding or rolling the rinds into each cloth, and place into your glass jar with the pre-made solution. Add a few extra lemon peels into your mason jar. Place your lid on to the jar and seal tight. If your jar does not have a plastic lid, but a metal lid cover the opening of your jar with saran wrap first as the vinegar will interact with the metal lid if not. Remember vinegar is a great mold killer, so mold should not be a problem with this mixture. While dusting the rags smell really good , and lemony. Love it! That's it for Frugal Friday ! I hope you all enjoy , have a great weekend. Thanks for stopping by, take care and remember to stay Naturally healthy and fabulous. Zainab1
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