Chemical Free Garbage Disposal Cleaner

DIY Chemical Free Garbage Disposal Cleaner

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DIY Chemical Free Garbage Disposal Cleaner: Make your own chemical free cleaner that smells amazing and is easy on the planet and your budget!

DIY Chemical Free Garbage Disposal Cleaner

I have a serious love hate relationship with our garbage disposal. Love it’s convenience…hate how finicky and smelly it can get. This chemical free cleaner is not only a quick way to deodorize and sanitize your garbage disposal, it will also help break down some of the build up that can be known to cause them to act cranky.

DIY Chemical Free Garbage Disposal Cleaner

Freshen Up That Garbage Disposal!

Items Needed:

How to Make DIY Chemical Free Garbage Disposal Cleaner:

  1. Add about a cup of vinegar and a cup of baking soda to your mason jar. Twist on the lid and shake until it is well mixed up.
  2. Once the fizz dies down open your jar and add in your orange peels. Get as many as you can into the jar. 
  3. Add in 4-8 drops of Lemon Essential Oil.
  4. Screw your lid back on and let sit for 24 hours.
  5. The next day pour the contents of your jar into your garbage disposal.
  6. Run your disposal with warm water (avoid hot water with your garbage disposal as it can cause clogs).
  7. Once grinding is complete turn off your disposal and continue to let water run for at least 15 seconds to flush out any remaining particles.

And Viola! You have a fresh and sanitized garbage disposal! Easy Peasy!

You should probably rinse and repeat these steps every week. I do it whenever my disposal starts to get stinky which is probably a little too late, but hey I’m busy!

DIY Chemical Free Garbage Disposal Cleaner

Author Parenting Chaos

Ingredients

  • White Vinegar
  • Orange Peels
  • Baking Soda
  • Lemon Essential Oil
  • Mason or other glass jar

Instructions

  1. Add about a cup of vinegar and a cup of baking soda to your mason jar. Twist on the lid and shake until it is well mixed up.
  2. Once the fizz dies down open your jar and add in your orange peels. Get as many as you can into the jar.
  3. Add in 4-8 drops of Lemon Essential Oil.
  4. Screw your lid back on and let sit for 24 hours.
  5. The next day pour the contents of your jar into your garbage disposal.
  6. Run your disposal with warm water (avoid hot water with your garbage disposal as it can cause clogs).
  7. Once grinding is complete turn off your disposal and continue to let water run for at least 15 seconds to flush out any remaining particles.

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