Rosemary Citrus Cleaning Spray (Multipurpose + Non-Toxic)
- Yield: 2 cups 1x
- citrus peels, without the pith (2 lemons or 1 orange)
- 1 tablespoon Himalayan pink salt (optional)
- 1 sprig fresh rosemary
- 1 cup (distilled) white vinegar
- 1 cup (distilled) water
- 1 (16 oz.) glass spray bottle
- 1 glass mason jar
- Pack a mason jar with citrus peels and salt. Let sit for 20-30 minutes. Add a sprig of rosemary and distilled vinegar.
- Tightly seal the lid, turn it end to end, and shake a few times to combine. Date your jar and allow the mixture to sit and infuse for 2-3 weeks (you can turn end to end every few days to help with the infusing process).
- Discard the peels and rosemary sprig. Pour the infused vinegar into a spray bottle. Add your water, screw the lid on and shake to combine. Shake well before each use.
- Try not to include pith, the white stuff between the fruit and peel, as it can make the solution sticky.
- This spray contains (distilled) water. You’ll want to store the spray in an airtight container so that no contaminants come into contact with the water. If stored properly, this spray can last up to 12 months. You can also store your cleaning spray in the refrigerator to increase shelf life (we haven’t tried this but received the tip from a reader.)
- We recommend organic ingredients when feasible.
- Category: Do It Yourself, Natural Home & Cleaning, Natural Home, Health & Wellness, Home 101, Recipes
Keywords: Cleaning Spray, Rosemary Citrus Cleaning Spray