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How To: Make Vinegar Smell Better

{Photo Courtesy: The Memoirs of Megan}

Do you love cleaning with vinegar, but hate the smell?

Well, here is a quick and easy solution to that problem, that leaves your house smelling like clean citrus, rather than like you just got done dying Easter eggs.

  • Scrub some citrus fruitwith baking soda and water to remove dirt, pesticides and anything else that may be on the skin.
  • Cut off the skin, and place it in a glass jar.
  • Pour distilled white vinegar on top, and store it for upwards to 4 weeks, or until the vinegar starts smelling like citrus to your liking.
  • Make sure you shake the jar a few times while you are waiting for it.
  • Strain it and transfer it into a spray bottle for around the house!

Common uses for vinegar:

  • remove smells in laundry
  • as a stove-top de-greaser
  • mop your floors with
  • clean glass
  • clean countertops, etc.

You can use any citrus fruit for this project, such as lime, grapefruit, oranges, or lemons.

For more info on the magic of vinegar, check out our post “12 Uses for Vinegar”

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Megan lives in Colorado with her husband, 2 year old daughter, and infant son. Outside of chasing around her energetic toddler while nursing her son simultaneously, she loves swimming, celebrity gossip, college football, learning photography, and writing for her personal blog, The Memoirs of Megan. You can get to know her more through Facebook,Twitter, and Pinterest

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