Baking Soda Book Uses of Baking Soda

Outside of your home : Page 4

Sleds and toboggans
Wash your sleds and toboggans with a baking soda and vinegar mixture before putting them away for the winter. The vinegar and the baking soda will work together to prepare the sled for the heat of the attic so that it does not become ‘brittle’ while in storage.

Car chrome
You can clean chrome on your car using a baking soda and water thick paste. Letting this air dry and then buffing with a soft cloth will give you a great shine. You can also use this on bikes or on chrome anywhere!

Raincoats
After bringing in your raincoat, sprinkle a little baking soda in the pockets before hanging it up. The baking soda will keep your raincoat fresh for its next use!

Car ashtrays
Keep a half-cup of baking soda in the ashtray in the car to absorb smoke odors and to keep smoke odors off of you.

Car maintenance tip
Clean your automobile battery by using a soft brush and a paste of water and baking soda to clean up any grease, grime and dirt which could affect the life of your battery in your auto.

Workshop fires
Keep a large box of baking soda in your workshop to sprinkle on if a fire should break out preventing you from loosing everything.


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