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10 Uses for Lemon Peels

Lemons can be used for all sorts of things, but did you know that the peels are really useful too?

  • Adding a lemon peel to your brown sugar can keep it from clumping
  • Placing small slices of lemon peels along thresholds, windowsills and cracks can deter ants and other pests
  • Place a lemon peel or two inside your fridge to absorb smells
  • Throw a few lemon peels in the bottom of the trash can to absorb odors
  • Add lemon peels to your dishwasher every now and then to help deodorize it
  • Clean your tea kettle by adding thin slices of lemon peel to water, boiling it, turning off the heat, letting it sit for an hour and then drain.
  • Clean your coffee pot by adding peels, ice and salt, whirling the mixture around for a minute or two and dump and rinse
  • Throw a few lemon peels into your garbage disposal, flip the switch on (with the water running) and deodorize it
  • Dry lemon peels and place them inside fabric sachets, add spices as desired and put in drawers to freshen
  • Clean your stainless steel, polish your chrome and copper by sprinkling sea salt on the metal and rubbing a lemon peel to scrub away the dirt and grime

Do you know any other use for lemon peels? Let us know in the comments!

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  • Claudette Zuber

    Mix water and lemon peels in a bowl and set in the microwave. Microwave several minutes (depending on size and wattage of your microwave). Pout hot water down the drain then clean the inside of the microwave with a damp rag while still nice and steamy. Splatters come off easily, even cooked on stains, and the inside is nice and lemony.