One of the recent fresh fruit snacks my students received was pomelo! They were delicious and the kids loved them! I decided I would cut or peel them for everyone so I could save the peels to make cleaning vinegar.

All I did was make sure any pulp was removed and placed as many as could fit into a half gallon mason jar. Then white vinegar was poured over. I’ll let it set on the counter for a couple weeks, then strain and bottle to use for an amazing smelling cleaner! Essentially almost free, yet somewhat fancy.

This works with any citrus peel, and the peels will need to be composted after being removed from the vinegar.

Peace and love,


5 thoughts on “Grapefruit / Pomelo Cleaning Vinegar

  1. That is interesting. I used to grow citrus, and really did not like the pomelo much, but people who were familiar with it really raved about it. I would think that grapefruit would work better, but I only grow them, and sometimes eat them.

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