It is considered that lemons are one of the most potent fruits on the Earth because it is packed with nutritional benefits such as vitamins and minerals. It is also regarded as an effective alternative as a medicinal supplement in improving the resistance of the body against harmful infection and foreign bodies.
It is widely known for its vitamin C content and best remedy for certain ailments but it has also different uses in your household. It is used for fighting germs, bacteria and also a good sanitation for your skin. It could also be used to get rid of foul odors in the kitchen and reduce airborne infective diseases in the house.
Lemon juice carries a strong effect as a cleansing agent with natural antibacterial properties. Freshly squeezed lemon juices, which is natural and has no chemical compounds added, could reduce most of the bacterias and viruses in your home, particularly in the kitchen sink and bathroom floors.
Here are the following guidelines in using the lemons effectively:
- You only need to slice the lemon proportionally in 4 parts.
- Avoid cutting the base skin peel as they should still hold together.
- Add some salt over the lemon and leave it in the kitchen room.
This procedure could prevent foul odors in the room and provide a delightful scent. It is an all-natural disinfectant which gives a citrusy aroma all over the place. It will help in killing airborne diseases and viruses which could provide harmful effects on the body.
It will also remove dangerous bacteria from spreading in your kitchen which is the breeding ground for them. Unlike some commercially-bought disinfectant, these are way cheaper and less dangerous because it has no chemical compounds that could be dangerous for your health.
By squeezing out the juice in the lemon then adding it with some salt and soap, it could also be used as a kitchen cleanser to remove dirt and bacteria that grow on the kitchen surface. Pour it into a bottled water or spraying canister, you can have a homemade disinfectant that will effectively reduce the harmful agents in your kitchen.
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