Orange peel Solid Drink
What's Orange peel?
Orange peel is a certain kind of finish that may develop on painted and cast surfaces, even screen protectors. The texture resembles the surface of the skin of an orange. Gloss paint sprayed on a smooth surface (such as the body of a car) should also dry into a smooth surface. However, various factors can cause it to dry into a bumpy surface resembling the texture of an orange peel. The orange peel phenomenon can then be smoothed out with ultra-fine sandpaper, but it can be prevented altogether by changing the painting technique or the materials used. Orange peel is typically the result of improper painting technique, and is caused by the quick evaporation of thinner, incorrect spray gun setup (e.g., low air pressure or incorrect nozzle), spraying the paint at an angle other than perpendicular, or applying excessive paint.
1. Skip the expensive skin creams, and use citrus peels to lighten and brighten tired skin. An orange peel is a great sponge to soak up oils and toxins. Simply place the orange peel in some gauze and apply directly to your skin or use a fine-gauge zester to get orange zest to add to a homemade facial mask with Bentonite clay and essential oils.
2. Eliminate mosquitoes and moths. Place an orange peel near a window that you suspect insects are entering your home. Orange peel has elements that mosquitoes and moths can’t stand against.
3. Use orange peels and baking soda to eliminate shoe odors. Do your gym shoes smell like ten peoples’ armpits? Take the stench out by placing an orange peel sprinkled with a little baking soda inside your shoes. It will absorb the odors, and leave them smelling like citrus instead.
4. Superior citrus house cleaner – Some of the worst toxins we are exposed to come from toxic household cleaners. Instead of cleaning with phthalates, perchloroethylene, triclosan found in antibacterial soaps, quaternary ammonium, 2-butoxyethanal, and other toxic chemicals, try mixing a few cups of organic white vinegar and some orange peels in a jar. Leave it in the freezer for a week, then take it out, and use to it to clean your house spic and span without leaving toxic residues. (Check out this article for more tips on cleaning your house without toxic chemicals.)
5. Use orange peel pith for water stains. The white part of the inside of an orange peel is great for getting rid of water stains from furniture. Just rub a little on the stain, and watch it come clean.