If you live in a area with hard water, you probably have hard water deposits on everything, including bathtubs, showers and sinks. These deposits make faucets and fixtures an eyesore. We found a solution that works pretty well!
Epsom Salt Scrub uses salt crystals that are just abrasive enough to remove the hard water deposits. Added baking soda, castile soap, and lemon essential oil do the rest of the cleaning.
Epsom Salt Scrub
- Add all ingredients to the jar in order and stir together until well incorporated.
- To use, apply to dry shower walls, bathtubs, fixtures, or faucets with a warm wet cloth. Scrub for a few minutes in a circular motion. Let sit for a few minutes before rubbing again. Rinse off with warm water. Repeat if needed.
Garbage disposals can become stinky very quickly, especially if any food gets left in the disposal. You can prevent this by turning on your disposal while running cold water every time you finish washing dishes and by using these citrus refreshers often. The best part of using these citrus refreshers is that they leave your kitchen smelling lovely and clean!
Citrus Garbage Disposal Refreshers
- 3/4 cup baking soda
- 1/2 cup salt
- 1 Tbsp. liquid dish soap or Castile soap
- Zest from 1 lime (optional)
- Juice from 1 lime or lemon
- 3–5 drops lime essential oil
- 8–10 drops lemon essential oil
- Mix the baking soda and salt together in a bowl.
- Stir in the liquid dish soap, lime zest, lime juice, and essential oils. Mix together with hands.The mixture should be a wet sand consistency; if it is not, add a little water until it becomes the right consistency.
- Use a tablespoon to mold the disposal fresheners, and then place them on a baking sheet covered with parchment paper.
- Leave the fresheners to dry overnight, and then place them in a glass jar to store.
When using the disposal fresheners, first place 3–4 ice cubes in the disposal; grind with cold water running to clear the disposal and sharpen the grinders. Then place 1–2 citrus refreshers in the disposal, and let them sit for a couple minutes before grinding with the water running.