Baking Soda Book Uses of Baking Soda

Cleaning with baking soda : Page 4

Beds
Sprinkle baking soda on your mattresses before putting your sheets on your bed after flipping your mattress to get rid of any musty smells.

Lunch box
Using a sprinkle of baking soda in your lunch box (the plastic zipper kind) will keep mold from growing and it will keep your lunch box smelling fresh all week long.

Shower curtains
You can wash your shower curtain in the washer adding a cup of baking soda and a cup of vinegar to neutralize and deodorize at the same time.

Toilet pan
You can make a paste (a thick paste) of baking soda and vinegar to scrub the inside of your toilet to clean while you are freshening it.

Toilet seat
You can clean your toilet seat and the exterior of the toilet by sprinkling a little baking soda on your soft cloth, scrubbing the porcelain, and then wiping clean with another damp rag.

Moisture
Keeping a bowl or sachet of baking soda under the sink in the kitchen or in the bathroom will keep moisture from accumulating in these small places.

Linen closet
You can keep a sachet or an open box of baking powder in your linen closet in the bathroom or in the hallway to keep must and moisture from starting while freshening at the same time.


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