Grapefruit Cleanser


Grapefruit Cleanser

The best part about this is that cleaner with vinegar is cheap, effective and non-toxic. And super duper easy to make.
First, take grape fruit rinds, and remove all remnants of fruit or juice from them until only the ruined remains.
Then, take a large container (I used a couple of large ball jars) and fill it with the rinds. I used the rinds of 6 grapefruit total between the two jars. If you aren’t going to eat all 6 grape fruit in one day, store them in the fridge in a little bit of vinegar. Once you have as much grapefruit as you want, let it sit in the vinegar for 10-14 days, depending how potent you want it to smell. (I left it for about 10 and thought it was lovely, but if you hate the smell of vinegar you may want to wait longer.
Be sure to strain out any bits of grapefruit when pouring out your vinegar in the spray contain, as well as thoroughly clean out the old spray bottle that you are refilling.
Grapefruit Cleanser

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