Baking Soda Book Uses of Baking Soda

Outside of your home : Page 1

There are a multitude of tasks that you perform outside of your home, in your car, for the children’s toys, cleaning your lawn mower and so many other types of machinery as well. Using baking soda to clean outside of your home is safe and a natural clean that you won’t have to worry about harming the environment. Using baking soda instead of chemicals will also cut down on the costs of cleaning that you do. You can apply many of the recipes for cleaning that you will find earlier in this book for rust, silver, and chrome and for deodorizing the items that you clean outside of you home.

Crayon in your car
If you have a little crayon marks on fabrics in your car you can use a little baking soda sprinkled on the fabric and wipe it down with a damp cloth to get it off.

Birdbaths
You can clean your birdbath with a water and baking soda paste and then rinse clean with water. The baking soda will leave no harmful chemicals behind that could possibly hurt the birds while keeping your birdbath fresh and mold free.

Paintbrushes
If you have paintbrushes that are hard because they are already used, you can soften them right up with a quart of hot water, a quarter cup of vinegar and a cup of baking soda. Let your paint brushes sit over night and then rinse them off for a great-restored paintbrush that is ready to be used again!

Musty car smell
Do you have a musty smell in your car after leaving the windows down or after a rainy season? You can combat odors in the car by sprinkling a little baking soda in the trunk of the car, putting a little baking soda under the mats in the car and by sprinkling a little baking soda on the seats in your car.


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