Here are some interesting and easy-to-follow baking soda tips that can help you make your kitchen cleaner, and your appliances run more efficiently. I’m a huge fan of baking soda, and I use it almost daily in my kitchen. Here are my top five uses for this wonderful cleaning product.
Using baking soda tips to clean your counters and oven. Sprinkle some baking soda on a damp sponge for quick cleaning around your stovetop and oven without scratching. Alternatively, dissolve a few tablespoons of baking soda into the water in a small microwave safe container, and heat in the microwave until liquid. Let sit for a few minutes, then you can easily wipe away any baked-on odors, and your oven will be… well, faster! For an even faster clean, mix the baking soda with warm water and then rinse off any soap residue or dirt.
Using baking soda tips to clean up coffee, tea, and soda. These liquids tend to leave behind traces of odor that can smell really bad, so it’s good to sprinkle some on your sink, counter, or any hard floor surface before you go to bed. After washing, simply sprinkle some baking soda in the laundry and dryer, and leave to do its job overnight. This will help remove any lingering odors from these beverages, plus it’s good for ridding any stains that you might have had on your clothes or furniture.
Use baking soda tips to clean up water that has been spilled. Spills happen! And when they do, you don’t want to stand there and let the water soak into your clothing, carpeting, or worse yet, your skin! What you can do is use some of the wet baking soda that you prepared in step one (as described above). Let the spill sit for five to ten minutes before getting out a mop or sponge. The longer you let it sit, the more stubborn the stain will be to remove, and the more unpleasant the odor will be as a result.
Using baking soda mixed with warm water to clean up pet odors. If you are trying to get rid of that lingering odor from your dog, there are a few things that you can try. First, you can try using the baking soda mixed with warm water to rinse the area that the odor came from. This might help remove some of the odor, especially if you have a very strong one. Just rub the baking soda into the area, rinse it off, and then use some of your antibacterial liquid to kill any lingering bacteria.
Using your hand cleaner to rinse wet areas. You can also use your hands to rinse wet areas with baking soda paste. Simply wet your hands with a little bit of baking soda paste, rub them together, and then rinse your hands with water. Once you have rinsed your hands, just use your hand cleaner on whatever the liquid was on. This will help remove some of the residue that was left behind by the cleaner.
Using a mop or a sponge to mix the baking soda and water. To do this, you will need about three tablespoons of the powder and about three tablespoons of the water. Either a standard or a microfiber mop will work well for this process. Simply mix the powder and water together until you have a paste-like substance. Then, put your hand down on the affected area and scrub gently in small circular motions. Once you have done this, you will have a great hand cleaner that you can be proud to use in the house.
You may also use a standard broom handle or anything else that you have around the house. Simply smudge the powder onto the affected area using the broom handle. Once you have done this, rinse with warm water. This will help get rid of any excess powder. Then, repeat these simple steps as often as necessary to keep your floors, counter tops, and windows free of spots and stains.