I was inspired by This Pin on Pinterest and just had to make my own citrus vinegar cleaning spray.
Weeks ago, I put the peels from lemons, grapefruits and oranges into separate mason jars. Then I poured white vinegar over them, until the jars were full. I used my huge jars. Smaller ones may have been a better choice, since now I have a decades worth of citrus vinegar. If you were my neighbor I’d share with you, so you wouldn’t have to make your own. I’d also give you lots of free eggs, from our egg factory out back. We are swimming in eggs. But alas you are not my neighbor, you may want to reevaluate your living situation. Free eggs and citrus vinegar, those are perfectly valid reasons to move, just sayin’.
And now I’ve gotten off track. Focus, Amy, focus.
They were so pretty, I let them sit on the counter.
They sat there for about 3 weeks. The directions called for 2 weeks, but I figured it wouldn’t hurt if they sat a little longer.
When I felt they were all sufficiently marinated, I poured each type into a separate spray bottle, half way, with a funnel. Then I topped them off with H2O.
My favorite one is the grapefruit, not pictured because I put that in my empty Mrs. Meyers spray bottle and was too lazy to peel the label off, so I didn’t take a photo. Mrs. Meyer’s is awesome, but homemade citrus vinegar is WAY cheaper!
It smells good, cleans well, is cheap and super easy to make, so why isn’t everyone doing this?