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Post by amybyrd21 on Mon Jun 04, 2012 9:22 am

*Peels from 3-5 oranges
*A quart of distilled white vinegar
*A quart-size mason jar w/lid
*Empty spray bottle
*Here’s what to do:
*Fill the mason jar with the orange peels.
*Pour in enough vinegar to fill the jar to the top
*Put lid on tightly and let sit for 10 days.
*After 10 days, strain out peels
*Pour into an empty spray bottle and use to clean
http://cleaneatsinthezoo.com/index/2012/03/23/homemade-citrus-cleaner/

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