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  • Chris Finch

    These lemon dust cloths take just minutes to prepare and can be stored in an airtight jar until you're ready to use them. Sometimes dusting with a dry cloth does more harm then good as it moves the dirt around instead of catching it. These cloths are damp and infused with vinegar to help catch and kill the bugs at the same time. The addition of olive oil and lemon rind bring a soft polish to your furniture:1 cup vinegar 1 cup water 1 tsp olive oil 1 lemon rind 2 dust rags 1 glass jar wit...

  • Tom Lockwood

    Lemon Dustcloths: These lemon dust cloths take just minutes to prepare and can be stored in an airtight jar until you're ready to use them. Sometimes dusting with a dry cloth does more harm then good as it moves the dirt around instead of catching it. These cloths are damp and infused with vinegar to help catch and kill the bugs at the same time. The addition of olive oil and lemon rind bring a soft polish to your furniture.

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Growing Home: "These lemon dust cloths take just minutes to prepare and can be stored in an airtight jar until you're ready to use them. Sometimes dusting with a dry cloth does more harm then good as it moves the dirt around instead of catching it. These cloths are damp and infused with vinegar to help catch and kill the bugs at the same time." (and no perfumes to aggravate my asthmatic munchkin;-)

I hate dusting. These lemon dust cloths take just minutes to prepare and can be stored in an airtight jar until you're ready to use them. Sometimes dusting with a dry cloth does more harm then good as it moves the dirt around instead of catching it. These cloths are damp and infused with vinegar to help catch and kill the bugs at the same time. The addition of olive oil and lemon rind bring a soft polish to your furniture....

But I hate dusting. These lemon dust cloths take just minutes to prepare and can be stored in an airtight jar until you're ready to use them. Sometimes dusting with a dry cloth does more harm then good as it moves the dirt around instead of catching it. These cloths are damp and infused with vinegar to help catch and kill the bugs at the same time. The addition of olive oil and lemon rind bring a soft polish to your furniture.

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Just cleaned my floors with this Homemade Bleach Alternative. I used the vinegar (cheaper) and skipped the essential oils (scenting with candles). Looking forward to letting my baby crawl on it!

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Just whipped this up & I love it. I was using vinegar & essential lemon oil which worked great for me but its a little strong for anyone who doesn't love vinegar! This blend is great. I chose to use essential peppermint in my blend.

Lemon Dusting Cloths Tear up some old flannel or whatever you like for dust cloths.. Put 2 parts white vinegar and 2 parts water in a bowl..Add a few drops of lemon or olive oil..Put your cloths in and then wring them out..Spread them out on your counter and place a couple of fresh lemon peels on top of them and fold up again..Store in the mason jar..All you do after they get dirty is wash and replace using the same method... You could do at least 4 or 5 of them at once...

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