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06-14-2018 01:58 PM
ColemanA Awesome. Thanks for the post!
06-10-2018 04:44 AM
joeparker Really good and useful tips. Thanks for sharing. I never knew baking soda has so many uses.!!
05-10-2018 04:38 AM
Mark Bartholomew Great tips, Just wondering how one simple thing can do a lot of things. Anyway, thanks for the share.
05-03-2018 02:18 AM
homelization This is useful!
04-23-2018 06:13 PM
missannienow
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Originally Posted by StoneCareOnline View Post
I agree with the above uses, but please be careful when using around marble surfaces. Baking Soda is pH 9 and can cause damage to polished calcium based stones like marble, travertine and some polished limestones.

I agree. I noticed that no one spoke of a ratio of how much water and how much baking soda you should use to clean stuff. I would imagine it is a small amount - but truly, I dont know. Baking soda is not THAT cheap! Sometimes, I think we pro cleaners get a little too obsessed with this sort of thing. There ARE products out there that clean very well, dont cost a lot and also smell good. Customers seem to appreciate their office or home smelling nicer after you leave.
04-23-2018 05:13 AM
homelization Use baking soda to clean hot water stains

If you are trying to remove older hard water stains like mines, or a significant area build-up, elbow grease will not work. Baking powder is an adequate remedy that can help you remove the stains. Remember, baking soda is an alkaline. Hence, it can be used to remove mineral deposits. It is natural, environmentally friendly, safe and an excellent product to clean the glasses.

There are two methods for using baking soda to remove the stains. You can mix the baking soda with vinegar to make an active paste, or apply vinegar first to the stain, then apply baking soda.
10-13-2017 07:23 PM
smithbrothers The release of carbon dioxide from baking soda in water causes the carbon dioxide to react with the water and create carbonic acid. The acid is what dissolves. The abrasive nature of the baking soda creates some mechanical muscle. Sometimes and in some conditions baking soda can be used on carpet or rug cleaning but you must be careful and read manufacturer instructions first. There are other ways to mix a mechanical abrasive with an acid like lemon juice or vinegar for cleaning as well. Lots of solutions but baking soda is a good one.

Matt
Smith Brothers Carpet Cleaning
10-13-2017 01:59 AM
lisareis47 We all know Baking soda and vinegar is the best and very effective products for any type of cleaning. I always recommend homemade organic products for cleaning and we are always use organic products to clean any type of stains.
09-15-2017 12:52 AM
dimensionalroofingusa Yeah

Well, Baking soda is used in other things also. Like in beauty purpose.
09-04-2017 11:29 PM
momentum Hey, you all have shared really good points for baking soda. It is a deodoriser and is quite effective at removing odors. I always prefer baking soda for removing stain and for cleaning. Yes, baking soda and lemon are good to use as well. Fantastic tips.
08-31-2017 06:24 AM
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08-31-2017 05:37 AM
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08-31-2017 05:35 AM
Toms Cleaning This is very effective solution.
08-23-2017 10:38 PM
delightcarpetcare Baking soda isn't a great idea for carpet & upholstery we have seen people try it and damage their property or leave behind a fine powder residue - best to avoid.
08-18-2017 12:35 AM
Guttercleaning Great tips for cleaning....
08-16-2017 11:30 PM
momentum I just connected to this forum and was really impressed to see these cleaning tips. Really baking soda is effective and well known cleaning solution that can remove and reduce odors. It's a very effective way to clean many different surfaces. Appreciate your ideas.
08-11-2017 08:12 AM
ginasmithsmith I wish I knew not to use baking soda on marble....I'm gonna have to start another post to get advice on how to fix it.
08-04-2017 01:49 AM
Guttercleaning Great cutegirl , your forum is very useful for us.
07-31-2017 03:29 AM
maidsway We have a blog in maidsway that talk about using baking soda for cleaning purposes.
07-28-2017 02:36 AM
momentum I just linked to this forum and was really impressed to see this cleaning advice. In reality, baking soda is effective and well known cleaning solution that can remove and reduce odors. It's a very effective way to clean many different surfaces.Keep sharing.
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