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Seven Uses of Bicarb soda

You could use bicarb soda and save yourself a lot of money. Bicarb soda helps to extend the life of some products you have. It’s so versatile, you could use it in other many ways. Below are the ways to use bicarb soda.

1.To get rid of bad smells from Sponges
It might be new knowledge to you that bicarb soda is effective in freshening sponges. Bicarb soda is useful in that it helps to get rid of the smell emanating from the sponges. Rid your sponges of the unpleasant smells by using baking soda on them. This is how you should freshen up your sponges; find a container put 4 cups of warm water, and then add four tablespoons of bicarb soda finally soak your sponges and dry them. Your sponges should get new fresh smell after that procedure.

2.To make homemade shampoo
Use a solution made from mixing 1-2 tablespoons of baking soda and one cup of water as shampoo. The final step is to rinse your hair with a solution made from mixing one or two tablespoons of apple cider and one cup of water. That’s how you make homemade shampoo from bicarb soda. You don’ have to spend lots of money buying manufacturer’s shampoos.

3. Get rid of oil and Grease stains
By applying baking soda on the stained area of the clothes and then use a wet scrub is very effective to remove oil and grease stains. There’s no need to get rid of the oil and stained grease clothes.

Discourage ants from invading your home
Ants could be a great pain to you and your family since they destroy things like clothes. It should be easy to eliminate ants at your home when you use bicarb soda. It’s simple to make a solution that would discourage the ants from invading your home; mix the same quantity of the baking soda and salt with water. Pour the solution at the place the ants access your home from.

5. Freshen up dish washers
The dishrags produce bad smells sometimes. If you want to freshen them up, you could soak them in a mixture of a cup of water and a tablespoon of bicarb.

6.Clean your pots and pans
Clean burn-on foods by first soaking the pots and pans in a mixture of baking soda and water. The burn-on foods should be easy to remove after ten minutes of soaking in a mixture of baking soda and water.

7. Get rid of smells and stains from old containers
It is obvious that your old containers would have odd smells from carrying leftovers for days. To eliminate smells and stains you should soak the containers in a solution of baking soda and hot water.

Baking soda could be used for many other purposes not listed here, find out more.

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