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25 Domestic Uses Of Baking Soda

25 Domestic Uses Of Baking Soda

Baking soda is a natural ingredient with multiple uses. Here are 25 domestic uses of baking soda to replace toxic products. Though, we have many cleaning products in our homes but when we are exposed to them over the long term, that can have adverse effects on our health and environment. 

Just take a closer look at your cleaning products to realize that they are full of chemicals that can be dangerous to your health. Thanks to its cleaning action and antibacterial, the baking soda will allow you to avoid spending astronomical sums in chemical products.

25 Domestic Uses Of Baking Soda

25 uses of baking soda

1. Beans
Reduce the swelling of beans by adding baking soda to water and soaking them in

2. Plants
Increase the life of your plants by adding baking soda

3. Clean the vegetables
Clean your vegetables with baking soda to get rid of pesticides

4. Oil stains
Get rid of oil stains on your clothes by applying baking soda and then rinsing with water

5. Silverware
Fill it with boiling water mixed with two tablespoons of baking soda and dip your silverware

6. Clog a hole in the wall
A temporary solution that can help: mix baking soda with toothpaste to get a paste that will cover the hole.

7. Wash your laundry
Baking can help get rid of stubborn stains by applying it to your washing machine.

8. Clean your showers
These can be a nest of bacteria if they are not maintained. A little hot water and baking soda will help you clean them.

9. Clean your floor
Hot water, baking soda and lemon essential oil for clean, good-looking floors

10. Wash your coffee cups
Coffee can sometimes leave stubborn marks. Mix a little baking soda with water, rub and rinse thoroughly.

11. Revive your sponges
Immerse the sponge in water mixed with baking soda.

12. Clean your microwave
A microwave can quickly become a nest of bacteria. Use a little water and baking soda for a microwave like new.

13. Deodorize your shoes
Apply a tablespoon of baking soda in your shoes to eliminate odors.

14. Deodorize your rooms
Put some water, a little bicarbonate and your favorite essential oil in a sprayer to deodorize your home at a reduced cost.

15. Clean your children's toys
These can easily be filled with bacteria. Water and bicarbonate will suffice to clean them. Be sure to rinse thoroughly.

16. Deodorize the bed of your pet
Dispense baking soda abundantly on the bed, let stand and use a vacuum cleaner to remove all traces of bicarbonate.

17. Eliminate musty odors
A glass of baking soda in your cupboards can prevent stale odors.

18. Clean your carpets
A rug can be complicated to clean. Sprinkle some baking soda in the carpet and let it work. Use a vacuum cleaner to clean it.

19. Deodorize bags
A bag can sometimes be a mine of bacteria. Put some baking soda in the bag, leave to act then clean the bicarbonate.

20. Clean your sports equipment
Whether your sports bags or clothes, a little bicarbonate will give them life and get rid of odors.

21. Deodorize your garbage cans
Garbage cans can quickly smell bad. A little bicarbonate in the bottom of your trash can prevent this.

22. Clean your cutting board
This can quickly deteriorate due to use. A bit of baking soda during the cleansing will restore it to shine.

23. Deodorize your armpits
A little water, a few drops of essential oil and baking soda can help you get rid of armpit odors. Be aware however that baking soda can be abrasive for the skin, so do not abuse it.

24. Clean your hands
Baking soda is an antibacterial. Use it to clean your hands once a week.

25. Mouthwash
A little water mixed with baking soda can be used as a mouthwash. However, it should not be used more than twice a month, as it may damage the teeth.