Baking Soda Book Uses of Baking Soda

Why use baking soda?

There are many reasons to use baking soda in your home, but the number one reason is because this is a natural substance that will not harm you, your family or the environment because is it not a chemical compound that effects nature. Baking soda is actually a compound that is found through out nature, in the ocean, in the soil, in our foods, and in our bodies. Baking soda is a neutralizer of many other compounds, which is helpful in our daily living.

Is Baking Soda Safe?

Baking soda is a safe product that you can even eat. Baking soda is used in a huge variety of foods that we eat everyday. You could even take a teaspoon of baking soda and eat it if you like. While eating this teaspoon of baking soda right from the box might not agree with your taste buds, it is not going to cause your body any harm what so ever. 

But the point of this book is about – if you can eat baking soda everyday in the foods you have on your plate at dinner tonight, and you can use baking soda to clean your dishes, wash your hair, do your laundry and get rid of nasty odors in your home – shouldn’t you be taking a second look at increasing your usage of baking soda in your home because it is this good?

The Price of Baking Soda

Not only is baking soda good for cooking and great for cleaning – it is also one of the most inexpensive substances that you can buy to use in your home. A box of baking soda, the one-pound size, usually costs less than seventy-five cents! This is quite a cheap product that you can use throughout your home. If you search a little further to warehouses and discount stores you may even find five pound and ten pound containers of baking soda for just a dollars.
Recycling Baking Soda

One thing you should keep in mind when you are using baking soda through out your home is that you can recycle your baking soda. Baking soda that you use in your fridge or in your freezer or in your cupboards to absorb odors can be used to clean your counters, floors and your laundry after you have replaced them with fresh ones!

I wouldn’t recommend using the baking soda that you used in the fridge or the freezer or anywhere that you were deodorizing for baking though, because you could be left with a taste that just is not the taste you might have been expecting!

Baking soda is inexpensive and cheap. Broadening your use of baking soda, not only for baking but also in cleaning and for your own personal hygiene can help you save a lot of money in your household grocery and cleaning bills.

If you were to buy a box of baking soda to clean your counters, faucets, the stove and the floor, you would be cutting out buying chemicals that you use to do these same tasks at just a fraction of the cost. Try using baking soda for just one week in your home and you will find that you will never go back to stinky and expensive chemicals again!

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