Baking Soda Book Uses of Baking Soda

Laundry and baking soda : Page 1

A task that you must tackle every week involves laundry, stains and accidents that happen when you or your children are wearing clothes. You can tackle tough laundry problems using baking soda, and you may even be able to save some clothing that you otherwise might have thought was doomed for the garbage because of the stain. Give baking soda a try in your laundry tasks and you will find that your wash will be brighter and easier to handle as well!

Lemon bleach
If you are interested in bleaching some of your clothing you can use a cup of lemon juice and a cup of baking soda added to your laundry and then hang dry for the sun to bleach them whiter.

White clean
If you want to bleach your clothes without hanging them out you can add a cup of baking soda and a cup of peroxide to your wash load for a great clean that is nice and white!

Brighter wash
To get your laundry brighter both colors and white, adding a half-cup of baking soda per wash load will brighten your colors and your whites alike.

Hamper odor
Have you ever noticed your laundry hamper has a sour or musty smell? You can keep your hamper smelling fresh by sprinkling a little baking soda in it each time you empty the laundry out. If this hamper is in a particularly moist room, adding baking soda every other day will keep the smell away even better.

Rags
You can keep your cleaning rags fresh smelling by dipping them in baking soda before you hang them up to dry.


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