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  • Jamie Dolan

    Lemon as Cutting Board Cleaner... and other Surprising Cleaning New Uses More hidden tricks to get your house sparkling in record time. 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.

  • Ashlea Clark-Higgins

    Remove stains from a cutting board with lemon juice - most comprehensive cleaning tips list ever.

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