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Baking Soda: More Uses and More Uses

 Baking soda is most often used to bake, clean and deodorize, but there's much more to it. I have, on my computer, a very long list of uses that covers personal care, cooking, first aid, laundry, pets and a lot more.

A few examples:

As a facial scrub, it can't be beat, even by those expensive products. Using your usual facial cleanser, add about a half teaspoon of baking soda, mix it well and scrub your face with it. It
not only clears pores, it removes fungi and other impurities and leaves your face smooth.

Dump baking soda onto acid spills and  to quickly neutralize them.


If you have allergies to laundry products, try using baking soda to wash your clothing, especially bedding.

Instead of buying expensive cat litter, buy the cheapest and add a box of baking soda. It will eliminate the odor and make the box easier to clean.

Mix two tablespoons of baking soda and two tablespoons of molasses per gallon of water and spray plants that have fungal disease.  

Don't Forget the Baking Soda
Baking Soda
How many ways do you use baking soda?

Published Apr 28 2012, 10:15 AM by Pat

Comments

 

Lori Blatzheim said:

Hello Pat,

I love baking soda. It is such a great product, low in cost and high in value.

Yesterday I attended a church rummage sale. While there I picked up a glass jar with a metal screw top punched with holes. It cost 25 cents. At home I washed and dried it and filled it half way with soda. (I did place a small label on the front sporting the word Soda.)

I like to use it for kitching cleaning.

Thanks for your post.

Lori Blatzheim

April 28, 2012 5:38 PM

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