Baking Soda Book Uses of Baking Soda

Cleaning with baking soda : Page 1

Throughout your home you may be faced with stains, clogs, and other numerous tasks in cleaning, but using baking soda in your weekly cleaning, you will find your home more manageable and fresh smelling as well. Here we are going to talk a little more in detail about how you can use baking soda to clean all through your home.

Dirt and grease
Get rid of heavy dirt and grease around your home by using a damp cloth sprinkled with baking soda. Baking soda will cut through the grease leaving your home clean and fresh smelling.

Air freshener
If you are searching for a quick air freshener that costs just pennies to use try this: mixing one cup of baking soda and three drops of your favorite oil scent – put this in a bowl placed on a shelf in a vase on a bookcase, your room will have a fresh scent you really like!

Bath tub
Make a thick paste of baking soda and vinegar to clean out your bath tub from grease, body oils and soap scum.

Spa or whirlpool
Use a thick paste of baking soda and vinegar to clean out your spa or whirlpool where rings around the ‘tub’ often builds up.

Cedar chests
If you really like your cedar chest for storage, but hate the smell of your personal items when they are stored in the cedar chest try this: sprinkle a little baking soda on the bottom of your cedar chest and then simply place papers over the baking soda so that it doesn’t get on your personal items. The baking soda will absorb the smell. You could even just keep a box of baking soda in the cedar chest to cut the smells with out the mess.

Clean jewelry
To clean your jewelry; use a paste of baking soda and peroxide to rinse dirt off in no time at all. You can soak your jewelry overnight in a mixture of vinegar and water for a great shine with no extra effort.


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