6 Uses for Lemon Juice Around the House (You'll Never Guess #2)

I love anything with lemon juice in it. Whenever I go out to eat (which is more times than I’d like to admit), I always a dessert with a hint of lemon in it, like lemon meringue. And if I need a mix, lemon-lime soda does the trick.

What I didn’t know is there are lots more uses for lemon than mixing it with other drinks. Here are six ways you can use lemon juice around the house.

Produce preservation

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Keep cut fruit and vegetables longer and prevent them from turning brown by squirting a bit of lemon juice on top. The citrus will counteract the browning process.

Use lemon juice as a deodorant

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Once you get over the fact that you’re rubbing fruit under your arms, this will be a good trick to learn. Slice a lemon in half and rub it on your armpits. The citric acid will kill odor-producing bacteria.

Kill bad odors

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Citrus can kill other bad odors too. Rub a cut lemon on anything that smells funky because of food — cutting boards, microwaves, stoves, or pots and pans to name just a few surfaces.

Dandruff destroyer

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Rub some lemon juice into your hair before you apply shampoo to get rid of flakes in your hair.

Apply as an astringent

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Mix it with salt and apply the mixture to your face with a cotton ball to eliminate oil from your pores.

Canker sore soother

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Aren’t these annoying? Soothe canker sores by squirting a few drops directly onto your sore.

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