Baking Soda Book Uses of Baking Soda

Baking soda in your kitchen : Page 8

Refrigerator smells
Even the best refrigerators can have that distinct smell common with other types of fridge freezers. Food or other things that you put in the refrigerator may have caused this smell. It's somehow annoying to have that smell stay in your refrigerator. Sometimes, the traditional ways of getting rid of this smell won't work. Here, you will find learn of an alternative way on how to get rid of this smell.

Do you have a smell in your refrigerator that just won’t go away with the box of baking soda that you keep in your fridge? Try cleaning out the entire interior of the refrigerator. Wiping down the interior with a gallon of hot water with two cups of baking soda will rid your refrigerator of smells that are stubborn.

Refridgerator cleaning
Do you have little streaks down the back of your refrigerator that you think might never come out? Using a paste of one cup of baking soda, one half cup of vinegar and two tablespoons of salt, use this paste to gently rub on the stain and watch it disappear!

Ovens
To clean out your oven, make a paste of baking soda and vinegar for a fast acting powerful cleaner that tackles the worst baked on stains. A less powerful way of cleaning is by using baking soda and a steel wool for a daily or weekly clean that will shorten your deep cleaning times.

Soap scum
Remove soap scum in your kitchen, in the bath or in your washing machine by using a mixture of vinegar and baking soda. Apply with a cloth to break down soap scum fast.

Fryers
To clean out your fryer, use a paper towel to absorb as much oil as you can, then sprinkle in the baking soda to absorb even more oil and wipe clean with another paper towel. Using a vinegar dampened towel you will cut through any remaining grease in your fryer. Rinse with hot soapy water for the finish and dry before filling with oil again.

Cutting boards
Clean your cutting boards fast from smells and stains by making a thick paste of vinegar and baking soda. Applying this paste and letting it sit for about ten to fifteen minutes will deodorize and clean at the same time.


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