Visit site
  • Bitia

    A lemon works to remove tough food stains from a plastic or light-colored wood cutting board. Squeeze on the juice of one half, rub it in, and let sit for 20 minutes before rinsing. | 50 All-Time Favorite New Uses for Old Things | Real Simple Mobile

  • Ruth Beigle

    Clean your cutting board. Use lemons to remove stains from wood and plastic cutting boards. Squeeze, rub and let it sit for 20 minutes Rinse. Now enjoy your house smelling like lemons rather than chemicals!

  • Mr and Mrs White

    Use a Lemon to Freshen a Cutting Board To remove tough food stains from light wood and plastic cutting boards, slice a lemon in half, squeeze onto the soiled surface, rub, and let sit for 20 minutes before rinsing. The best part? You'll have a house that smells like a lemon grove rather than chemicals. #DIYSerendipity #cleaning #tips Cleaning Tips and Tricks Life Hacks

  • Erin Barry

    CLEAN CUTTING BOARDS - To remove tough food stains from light wood and plastic cutting boards, slice a lemon in half, squeeze onto the soiled surface, rub, and let sit for 20 minutes before rinsing. The best part? You'll have a house that smells lemony fresh.

Related Pins

Baking soda is a great gentle stain-remover for vintage china or new-to-you thrift store finds.

66 All-Natural Cleaning Solutions|Tackle countless chores with common household items (like toothpaste and salt).

Skip the bleach—add 1/4 to 1/2 cup of lemon juice to the wash cycle to brighter up those fading whites.

Use a Desk Organizer Sort cookie sheets, cutting boards, and jelly-roll pans in the kitchen for easy access (and no more cymbal-crashing sounds) in an overstuffed cabinet.

Get out any stain imaginable. | 18 Helpful Diagrams To Solve All Your Clothing Woes

stain removers...I cant wait to try some of the others. The shower cleaner is miraculous for removing soap scum without harsh chemicals, which incidentally dont work as well anyway!

Hidden tricks to get your house sparkling in record time. I think every Pinterest trick is listed here!

If you end up with water stains on a pair of suede shoes, use a cardboard emery board to gently buff out the spot.