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  • April Anthony

    Homemade garbage disposal cleaners - vinegar and lemon ice cubes

  • Rochelle Edge

    Homemade garbage disposal cleaners - put lemon cubes in an ice cube tray and fill with vinegar. Once frozen keep them in a freezer Zip-loc bag, and throw one in the garbage disposal when needed

  • Leticia Martinez-Gomez

    Make your own garbage disposal cleaning cubes. Cheap, easy and effective!

  • Kristy Laney

    Homemade garbage disposal cleaners - vinegar and lemon cubes. I use lemon slices for the smell, and ice cubes to sharpin the blades. This is genius!!

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Garbage Disposal Cleaner - Frozen Lemon and Vinegar Cubes

Cleaning your garbage disposal - slice wee lemon slices and put into ice cube trays, then pour vinegar right over the lemon. Freeze and then store them in a gallon freezer bag. Take one out a day and place in garbage disposal. No more stinky!

This seems like the most comprehensive plan to clean the garbage disposal! Baking soda AND vinegar AND ice AND lemons AND a toothbrush.

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Lemon & Vinegar Garbage Disposal Cleaner Cubes (& other uses for ice trays)

Deordorize your garbage disposal with vinegar cubes. Sounds like a great idea to try out!

DIY Garbage Disposal Tablets - Made with lemons, limes and vinegar. How easy! Add 1/2 cup of baking soda to disposal before dropping one in to keep your sink and kitchen smelling fresh! {BitznGiggles.com}

If you're garbage disposal is smelling a little worse for wear, try these freshening ice cubes. Just add vinegar, leman slices, and water to an ice cube tray and let them freeze. When you feel the need to freshen up the sink, drop one or two in, and let the disposal grind them up. Keep a tray handy and say goodbye to odors in your sink!

MUST TRY... Pinterest user said: After months of experimenting with pinterest cleaning formulas, this is my favorite counter cleaner. I bought a spray bottle in the mop aisle at Walmart and wrote this recipe on it for easy reminder. :)T Make Your Own Homemade all purpose cleaner- Costs pennies a bottle!

Homemade Tub & Tile Cleaner -- use ingredients from the dollar store and this cleaner is really inexpensive! Plus, it works really well!