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37 Wacky Uses for ReaLemon® Lemon Juice

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  1. Freshen your breath. If you’re all out of mouthwash or just hate that harsh sting, squirt a few drops of ReaLemon lemon juice into your mouth, swish it around, and swallow to make your breath lemon fresh. The citric acids alters the pH level in your mouth, killing bacteria.
  2. Clean rust from fixtures. Rub the spot with ReaLemon Lemon Juice and Morton Salt. Rinse clean and polish. The citric acid in the lemon juice oxidizes the rust, and the abrasive salt scrubs it away.
  3. Prevent lint in the dryer. Add one-quarter cup ReaLemon Lemon Juice in the final rinse cycle of the washing machine.
  4. Relieve a cough. Mix four tablespoons ReaLemon, one cup honey, and one-half cup of olive oil. Heat five minutes, then stir vigorously for two minutes. Take one teaspoon every two hours.
  5. Train a dog to stop barking. Squirt some ReaLemon in the dog's mouth and say “Quiet.”
  6. Discourage ants from entering your house. Squirt some ReaLemon Lemon Juice on window sills and along the threshold of doors.
  7. Clean ivory piano keys. Make a paste from ReaLemon Lemon Juice and Morton Salt, and using a soft, clean cloth, rub the paste into the keys and wipe clean.
  8. Create blond highlights in your hair. Rinse your hair with one-quarter cup ReaLemon lemon juice mixed with three-quarters cup water, and wearing sunscreen, sit in the sun until your hair dries. Lemon juice is a natural bleach.
  9. Prevent fingernail biting. Use a Q-Tips Cotton Swab to paint your fingernails with a quick dab of ReaLemon lemon juice. Let dry for a tart reminder to stop biting your nails.
  10. Remove freckles and sunspots. Apply ReaLemon lemon juice to the freckles or sunspots, and let sit for fifteen minutes, then rinse clean. Lemon juice is a safe skin bleach.
  11. Clean chrome. Saturate a soft, clean cloth with ReaLemon Lemon Juice and wipe the chrome clean.
  12. Relieve constipation. Before breakfast, drink four tablespoons ReaLemon in one cup warm water. Sweeten with honey.

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