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10 Ways to Use Baking Soda as a Natural Household Cleaner

By    |   Tuesday, 15 Sep 2015 02:35 PM

There are multiple uses for baking soda as a natural and cost-effective household cleaner. Here are 10 ways you can cleanse, refresh, shine, and deodorize with baking soda.

1. If you've left something in a crockpot far too long, or forgotten to soak if after use, baking soda can help to clean out the crustiness. According to Tipnut, you should soak your crockpot with baking soda and warm water or make a paste from those and let it sit on the soiled parts before scrubbing.

2. If you want to clean your stove top quickly, sprinkle baking soda on top and then give it a spray with boiling water to dissolve. Let it sit and then scrub, Tipnut suggests.

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3. If your bath tub has a tough-to-clean ring around it, use a paste of baking soda on a sponge to scrub that stain off. It can work the same way in a dirty sink.

4. If you have residue from stickers that you want to remove, use baking soda with water in a paste. Scrub it in and then rinse. The left-behind goo should be gone, according to All You.

5. To eliminate cat odors from a litter box, pour baking soda on top of it or, mix sandy clay with baking soda for your own litter box blend, All You suggests.

6. Dishwashers and coffee pots can benefit from baking soda, too. Just run a cycle with baking soda in the water to flush and cleanse.

7. A half a cup of baking soda in your mop water can make your floors shine.

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8. A half cup of baking soda poured into a drain, followed by vinegar and then boiling water can often unclog it, notes The Old Farmer’s Almanac.

9. A baking soda paste with water, applied to the underarm areas of garments before washing can remove perspiration stains.

10. If you get gasoline on garments, put them into a trash bag for a few days with some baking soda to eliminate the odor and fumes, The Old Farmer’s Almanac suggests.

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