Baking Soda Book Uses of Baking Soda

Cleaning with baking soda : Page 8

Sachet bags
You can make quick sachet bags of your own by recycling nylons and putting a cup or two of baking soda in your cut off nylon. Simply tie off the end after you have filled the nylon with baking soda and you can hang it or place it any where in the house that needs a little freshening without the mess of sprinkling baking soda!

Add a little baking soda to the bottom of your cup where the toothbrushes are kept to keep mold from growing and to absorb moisture.

Dog bathing
Bathing your dog in water with three cups of baking soda will keep their skin and hair fresh and soft long after that first day after their bath.

Pet blankets
You can sprinkle a little baking soda on the blanket or the bed that your pet lays on most to keep odors under control day after day.

Litter boxes
You can sprinkle a little baking soda in the bottom of the litter box to keep the litter box fresher longer between changing the litter. Sprinkle baking soda also on any mats that the litter try may sit on for long lasting smell control.

Shower curtains
You donít have to throw away your shower curtain when you see a little mold growing, you can now clean it using a cup of baking soda and a scrub brush. Laying the shower curtain down in the tub and scrubbing the area where the mold is starting with baking soda will loosen all the grime. Rinse with a couple of cups of vinegar to make sure all the little crevices are clean and rinse with hot tap water. Hang in your shower to dry, or you can hang on your clothesline out side to dry.

If your attic has a musty smell because it is closed up all the time, place boxes of baking soda throughout your attic to absorb moisture and musty smells.

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