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Baking soda is a dry chemical raising agent that is most commonly used in baking. Baking soda can be used for cleaning purposes as well. Baking soda releases gas called carbon dioxide, when it interacts with acid or liquid. And this chemical reaction is they key element behind baking soda cleaning. Baking soda is also easy to get, you can buy it from your local supermarket and it is also quite cheap.

There are many things you can clean with baking soda. You can use baking soda for cleaning in your kitchen, in bathroom and you can use it for cleaning even outside the house.

Baking soda cleaning tips
1. You can remove or reduce odors of your vacuum cleaner, with baking soda.

2. Remove grease from pots and pans

3. Wash garbage cans with baking soda to remove odor and buildup dirt.

4. Clean your lawn furniture with mixture on of water and baking soda (1 quart of warm water and 1/4 cup baking soda)

5. Different surfaces can be cleaned with baking soda as well. Sprinkle baking soda on cloth and wipe, the rinse with clean water.
 

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Powerful Grease Remover

Mix baking soda with vinegar and lime juice to create an even more powerful grease remover. Not to mention that this will make a nice "green cleaning product".
 

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Carpet Cleaning with Baking Soda

I use baking soda to clean carpets daily.

in the right amounts you can mix baking soda, soda ash, and citric acid, to have a neutral ph, very high carbon dioxide content and it just cleans carpets so nicely.

there are a few patents on the mixture,,,, so simple a patient seems funny,:laughing: but Harris research who started chem dry, owns a patient, and so does Carbonated Solutions, another carpet cleaning franchise.

So hats off to sodium bi-carbonate, the amazingly simple yet effective cleaner:thumbup:


http://www.CarpetCleaningBellingham.com
 

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Yes, I completely agree with your post. All the tips you have provided are very effective and useful. Its always good to use baking soda to clean the kitchen cabinets and counters. The stove and refrigerator will come out sparkling. Baking soda is a mild abrasive, so check for wear on “soft” paints and varnishes.

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Baking soda is a dry chemical raising agent that is most commonly used in baking. Baking soda can be used for cleaning purposes as well. Baking soda releases gas called carbon dioxide, when it interacts with acid or liquid. And this chemical reaction is they key element behind baking soda cleaning. Baking soda is also easy to get, you can buy it from your local supermarket and it is also quite cheap.

There are many things you can clean with baking soda. You can use baking soda for cleaning in your kitchen, in bathroom and you can use it for cleaning even outside the house.

Baking soda cleaning tips
1. You can remove or reduce odors of your vacuum cleaner, with baking soda.

2. Remove grease from pots and pans

3. Wash garbage cans with baking soda to remove odor and buildup dirt.

4. Clean your lawn furniture with mixture on of water and baking soda (1 quart of warm water and 1/4 cup baking soda)

5. Different surfaces can be cleaned with baking soda as well. Sprinkle baking soda on cloth and wipe, the rinse with clean water.

Thank for the information!

I already heard about that but I still didn't try it!
I think it is even a good method to try to contaminate as little as possible!:thumbsup:
 

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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.
 

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Lots of carpeting entrepreneurs often wonder what would be the good soap to use when interacting with dust. Usually what comes into most of their thoughts are a variety of general washing alternatives. Baking soda is a very useful as well as an amazing thing in the cooking area and also for eliminating dust and spots from our outfits.
 

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These look fantastic tips. Baking soda is great for a number home remedies and cleaning uses, and baking soda makes a fantastic non abrasive cleanser for cleaning dried grease spatters from the stove, and other kitchen appliances. The baking soda won't scratch appliances, and it will leave them naturally clean and fresh.
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