Today I thought I would highlight something I saw yesterday while shopping. Sometimes I come across things in stores that make me wonder. Last night was one of those times.
As you can see it says "one of a kind". It is even highlighted. I bet some of you can see where this is going.
If you can see (sorry for the horrible photography job), the exact same dress is behind it. I guess one of a kind doesn't mean what I thought it meant.
Here are the results. As you can see from the photo below some of the vinegar has absorbed into the orange peels.
I dumped out the peels into a bowl and the liquid into a cup.
Some of the peels had turned brownish. These were mainly the peels at the top of the jar.
It's difficult to tell from this photo, but I ended up with only about 2 tablespoons of liquid. It smelled faintly of oranges, & the vinegar smell was less pronounced then before the process. Unfortunately, there wasn't much liquid to test it's cleaning effectiveness. I did wipe down a section of my counter, & it seemed to work okay, but it left a slight residue on the countertop.
I think I'll just stick with using plain vinegar.
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