Baking Soda Book Uses of Baking Soda

Laundry and baking soda : Page 5

Sponges
You can make your cleaning sponges look great by dipping them in a mixture of half cup of vinegar and two tablespoons of baking soda before putting them away after you are finished cleaning.

Perspiration stains

You can use a baking soda and water paste to get perspiration stains out of clothes that are delicate or for colors that might bleed.

Do you have sweat or perspiration stains around collars of your clothing, or under the armpits of lighter colored clothing? You can get these stains out by making a paste of vinegar and baking soda, apply this to the fabric and leave it sit over night. Launder as usual for a great clean.

Starch on your iron
You can rub a baking soda and vinegar paste over your cooled iron to get rid of starch on the iron, so that it won’t leave stain on your clothes.

Detergent build up
Using a cup of baking soda with your liquid laundry detergent will keep detergent build up from getting on your clothes making them dingy.

Dryer
Sprinkle a little baking soda in the lint catcher of your dryer to freshen your house while your clothes are drying.

Mopping up
When you are finished mopping for the week, sprinkle a little baking soda in the bottom of your bucket to absorb moisture so that mold doesn’t grow and to keep your buckets fresh at the same time!


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