It may sound gross but we can actually extract as much as we can from the vegetables and fruits waste. There are so many ways to get the best out of waste, be it cleaning, beauty regimen and so. Check those ways out below and say bye to the chemicals that you have been using for cleaning and stuff since so long.
1. Citrus Peel
The best part of the citrus fruits are the peels. The peel of the citrus fruits is very helpful. Lemon or orange peels can make a great natural scrub. You can also add them to the bathing water to have a fresh and fragrant bath. Lemon peels especially can be the best liquor infuser.
2. Mesh bags
If order often orders vegetables and fruits online you must have got a lot of mesh bags with them. Mesh bags can be used for scrubbing dishes. In fact, they make a very good scrubber to scrub away the oil stains or harsh residue from the dishes.
Stop buying bread crumbs from the departmental store. When you make sandwiches and cut the side of the bread need not throw them away just keep them in the refrigerator and grind it the other day. Your homemade breadcrumbs are ready.
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4. Potato peel
Potato peels have healing properties. You can place them directly on sore eyes, burns and even scrub them on your dark circles. Also, during summertime when your feet burns and cause burning sensations in the feet then you can totally rely on potato feels. They provide natural cooling effects.
5. Shells of nuts and eggs
Nutshells and eggs shells make natural fertilizers. You can use them to provide calcium and aerate to the soil of the plants.
6. Watermelon Rinds
Watermelon peels have properties to fight against pimples and acne. You can scrub the rinds on your skin for freshness even if you don’t have acne prone skin.
7. Banana peel
Did you know banana peels have a natural polishing agent? You can rub the peels on your leather shoes and even on your silverware and they will shine and sparkle.
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