DIY Eco-Friendly Enzymatic Cleaner and Citrus Insect Spray - making natural skin care products at

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DIY Eco-Friendly Enzymatic Cleaner and Citrus Insect Spray - making natural skin care products at home

by:NOX BELLCOW     2019-10-29
DIY Eco-Friendly Enzymatic Cleaner and Citrus Insect Spray  -  making natural skin care products at home
bio-and non-
Toxic detergent
They contain natural enzymes that remove stains, smells and dirt. Bio-eco-
Compared to chemical cleaners containing harmful ingredients.
It is safe to use these natural cleaning products, especially with children and pets at home. Homemade Fruit-fruit-. .
If you have some fruit trees in your garden, you will definitely consume more fruit than people who don't grow their own fruit trees. or lemonade.
This is because I kept the leftover leftovers from making my own bio.
Biodegradable citrus detergent and insect spray.
It doesn't take much effort to make these homemade cleaners.
All I have to do is put all the fruit pieces in a large container, add some ingredients and wait for a few weeks.
Here's how you make your own natural fruit
Detergent with citrus peel as raw material. Get a three-
Liters of plastic bottles or containers used to make citrus cleaners.
Collect all the citrus waste you create in the kitchen.
It is not necessary to separate the skin from the remaining meat, dots or juices (if there is any remaining ).
Cut the pieces into smaller pieces so they can go through the opening of the bottle.
Fill the bottle with as much citrus peel as possible.
The liquid will be more concentrated and there will be more pieces of fruit inside.
Add half a cup of brown sugar and half a teaspoon of yeast.
Fill the bottle with water, about 5 cm from the top.
Cover the bottle with the cap and tighten it.
Shake the bottle well before the sugar is dissolved.
Loosen the cap so that any air accumulated inside can escape.
In the next few days, give the bottle a shake and mix the things in the bottle together.
Remember, don't tighten the lid of the container, just cover it loosely.
There should be some action in a few days.
There will be some bubbles in the liquid. .
After a week, you should also notice a change in the smell of the solution.
It should give a pleasant and sweet fragrance.
Let the bottle ferment for at least two weeks.
Is there more peel?
Whenever I eat the leftover citrus peel and fruit pulp in the kitchen, I continue to do more batches of solution.
In this way, I will never run out of citrus detergent and insect spray again, and most importantly, they are free!
Homemade cleaners are ready. .
After about two weeks, pour the liquid through the filter into the small bottle for use around the house or garden.
Where and how are homemade cleaners used?
Pour a cup or two of detergent into a bucket of water and mop the floor.
You can add vinegar or baking soda if you like.
Sometimes eating on the floor, I have to make sure there is no chemical or toxic smoke around the house.
Pour half a cup of enzyme cleaner into half a sink with detergent.
Wash dishes with clear water or wipe the kitchen counter area.
Wash the basin, bathroom tiles, bathtub, toilet, etc. using a homemade cleaner.
Enzyme cleaners can be used without dilution if needed.
It's safe to use it, so don't worry about how much or how much you use to clean it.
In other places as needed!
Did you see the fallen lemons under the tree?
I always get a lot of these bad lemons because I have a few lemon trees in my backyard.
Some lemons are not suitable for eating if they stay on the tree for too long
They become ripe, dry and juicy.
These bad lemons can still be used to make citrus sprays.
Just cut them into two halves, two halves, or a few pieces with a knife.
Put them in a large container and cover them with water.
If you need to make insect spray in a hurry (like two weeks later), pour some sugar and yeast to start fermentation.
Otherwise, put the container for a few months.
Stir the water and leave the container outside.
Cover the container to prevent small animals and birds from falling inside.
You will find some insects and bugs in it, but it doesn't matter.
At the same time, fill the container if the water evaporates.
When it is ready for use, filter to extract the liquid and pour it into the spray bottle.
Spray on fruit trees, plants and garden beds using undiluted spray to prevent bugs, caterpillars, ants, spiders and cockroaches.
This natural insect spray is ecological.
Harmless to plants and the environment.
Residues on edible produce in your garden.
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