There are many green, non-poisonous items in your kitchen that can be uses for household cleaning. One of the most popular of these is baking soda. There are reasons why this common product is so useful:
Firstly, it’s non-toxic, baking soda is totally environmentally friendly.
Secondly, except been used as a household cleanser, baking soda has more multi-purpose.
And finally, compared with other cleaning agents, it’s super cheap!
Baking soda can be used for a variety of different cleaning tasks , including the following 14 ways:
1. If you want to remove odors no matter in your refrigerator, freezer, cabinet, closets, or anywhere, just keep an opened box in there, it will keep away any unpleasant odors.
2. 3 parts baking soda to 1 part water is an effective mixture to clean silver. Another highly recommended recipe to clean silver with aluminum foil and baking soda.
3. Use 3 parts baking soda to 1 part water to clean the stains on surfaces in the kitchen.
4. Spinkle baking soda on a stained saucepan, then moisten it with a bit of vinegar, you will get a clean saucepan in minutes.
5. Pretreat grease stains with a baking soda paste before washing, your cleaning job will become easy.
6. Before you wash white clothes, add a 1/2 cup of baking soda, it will increase the effectiveness of chlorine bleach.
7.Sprinkle your sponge with baking soda when cleaning walls.
8. Dust a bit of baking soda on produce before washing to get it extra clean.
9. Soak stubborn stains on your plastic food containers with 4 parts baking soda and 1 part water.
10. To remove the smelling of sponges, soak it in 1 quart of water mixed with 3-4 tablespoons baking soda.
11. Sprinkle some baking soda into the toilet to remove the stubborn stains. Let it sit for a minute, then moisten the baking soda with a bit of vinegar. Scrub and then flush.
12. Use 3 parts baking soda and 1 part bleach to clean the stubborn grout stains.
13. Place the mixture of baking soda and ab it of lemon juice on your wood cutting board to remove stains.
14. Mop floors with a solution of 1/2 cup baking soda dissolved in a bucket of water.