9 things you do with 1 lemon (except lemonade)

Lemons, apart from their infinite uses in salty and sweet recipes, have many other uses because of their pleasant aroma and natural acidity. Really, you can not imagine how many things the ideal natural alternative is. Here are a few of them.

You polish your furniture and bronze utensils
Try to make a natural polish for the furniture by mixing ¼ cup of fresh lemon juice with ½ cup of olive oil. If you also want a natural polish for your bronze utensils, a paste of lemon juice and baking soda will do its job just fine.

Freshen up the fridge
Get rid of the foul smells of the refrigerator by dipping a sponge in lemon juice and then leaving it in the fridge for a few hours.

Remove the insects
Lemon also has natural insect repellent properties. You do not have to do a lot, spray lemon juice on ledges and door corners. So simple and above all of course.

Refresh your white clothes
Make your own natural bleach with lemon juice and baking soda and sink your white clothes for half at this time before washing.

Tighten your skin
Lemon also has cosmetic properties and acts as a natural tonic. Before bedtime, make a mix of lemon juice and water and moisten with a cotton swab that blends your face. Rinse with cold water and gently wipe.

Soak your dry skin
Make a mix of lemon juice and olive oil, make gentle massage on your face and rinse. The result is impressive.

Natural deodorant
Swab some lemon juice in your armpits using cotton and you are proven to be naturally protected from bad smell for the whole day.

Improves digestion
Start your day squealing a lemon, dissolve juice in a cup of warm water and drink it like a drink before breakfast. It does very good in the digestive system.

Get rid of dandruff
Do you have dandruff and have you tried everything or almost everything? Try this also: Dissolve two tablespoons of lemon juice in two cups of water and rinse your hair with it immediately after shampooing. The results will be immediately visible.