Baking Soda Book Uses of Baking Soda

Cleaning with baking soda : Page 3

Beach bags
To keep your beach bags and summer bags fresh and clean, sprinkle baking soda in the bags after each use to soak up any excess moisture left behind from your time out swimming.

Soggy books
If you have a book that got a little wet sitting on your counters, you can dry it right up by sprinkling a bit of baking soda over the wet pages. Flipping through the pages will dust the baking soda off of the pages easily.

Pool cleaning
If you have an indoor pool, you can clean around the pool using a mixture of baking soda and water to clean walkways so that moisture will not turn to mold and mildew.

Wet pets
If your pet was out in the rain, you can dry them quickly and neutralize that wet dog smell by sprinkling your dog with baking soda, and working the baking soda in to their hair with a brush or a comb.

Tub and shower doors
You can make a paste of one cup of baking soda and a half-cup of vinegar to clean your tub and your shower doors. This paste will cut mold, mildew and soap scum while leaving a fresh clean behind.

Tiles and grout
You can scrub tile and grout through out your home with an old toothbrush and a thick paste of baking soda and water. The toothbrush will help you reach into small areas while the baking soda goes to work on the dirt.

Sink cleaning
You can clean out your sink using a half-cup of baking soda, a cup of vinegar and a cup of water. Wiping the inside of your sink down with this mixture with a soft cloth will leave a sparkling clean that will also freshen your drain as you rinse it down!

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