So, anyway. Let me give you a little back story. I used to wipe down all of our kitchen surfaces with Windex, and then one day while I made dinner, I noticed Jack licking the table (Eh, kids are weird). I don't necessarily encourage table-licking, but I think that you have to pick your battles, you know? I got to thinking about how I had just cleaned the table, so it wasn't a big deal that he licked it, but then I got to thinking...would I let my baby drink Windex? No. No I would not. So the search for a safe cleaner came into play. I found this on the blog Vicariously Vintage, but there are a LOT of tutorials out there.
This is the way WE do it. I keep a plastic container in the door of our freezer, and as we eat oranges, I simply put our peels in there instead of in the garbage. When my container is full, I jam as many peels as I can into a mason jar (it helps to let them thaw first). Then I pour white vinegar into the jar, all the way up to the brim. I shake it up, and pop in into the fridge.
About twice a week (or more if you think about it), I take the jar out, and I shake it up, then put it back in. I would give it a minimum of two or three weeks in there, but longer won't hurt.
I then fill up my squirt bottle, half Orange Oil, half water, and voila!