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Genius ways of using leftover lemon peels

When life gives your lemons, use them to do the below-given hacks. From drinks and curries to desserts and snacks, lemon juice is used in a variety of ways in the kitchen. Usually, leftover lemon peels are thrown away but what if we tell you that they can be used to do a variety of jobs like cleaning stains and removing odour. So, the next time, don’t trash the lemon peels and instead collect them to do these genius lemon peels hacks.

02/7​Remove odour from hands

Usually cutting onion and garlic leaves a strong smell on the hands, which lingers on even after washing with soap. In order to get rid of this smell in a jiffy, just scrub your fingers and nails with leftover lemon peels. This will wipe away the odour and will leave a fresh smell on your hands.

03/7​Remove stains from clothes

Dropped some curry on your shirt while eating? Curries with turmeric usually leave a tough stain on the cloth, which turns worse if soap is used on it. To remove the stain, squeeze a few drops of lemon juice on the stain, sprinkle a pinch of salt and scrub the stain with lemon peel (from the pulpy side). Once scrubbed, place the shirt under the sun. Repeat the step 2-3 times to completely get rid of the stain.

04/7​DIY fragrance

Who doesn’t like a pleasant aroma floating in their house? If you like the fresh and citrusy smell of lemon, then you can make your own DIY fragrance with leftover lemon peels. Just burn 2-3 lemon peels and place them in a bowl in any corner of your house. This is the easiest way to freshen up your home without using any artificial fresheners

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