Cleaning With Baking Soda


Baking Soda Cleaning

A great way to save money on cleaning around your home, as well as reduce the need for lots of harsh chemical cleaners, is to use a natural product like baking soda. You can use baking soda (or bicarb soda) to clean all sorts of different household items.

  1. Clean Saucepans Using Baking Soda        Add Comments
    To clean very dirty saucepans or fry pans that have baked on grime you can easily clean them by adding cold water and 2 tablespoons of baking soda to the pan and bringing it to the boil. Then after the pan has cooled you can lightly scrub the saucepan with steel wool for stainless steel pans or a brush from non-stick frypans in order to clean it properly.
  2. Clean Your Oven With Baking Soda        Add Comments
    For stubborn oven grime that is difficult to remove you should apply a paste of Baking (Bicarbonate) Soda and water to the oven surfaces whilst they are warm (not hot). Then leave this mixture on overnight and you will be able to easily wipe it off in the morning. For regular oven cleaning you can apply the same baking soda and water paste to a cold oven, then warm the oven on low for about 30 minutes and wipe it clean with a damp cloth.
  3. Use Bi-carbonate Soda To Polish Silverware        Add Comments
    If you have tarnished silverware and jewellery or dull and faded porcelain then you can polish all of these things by using a bi-carbonate soda and water paste. Simply use a lint from cloth to lightly rub some of this mixture onto the items and then make sure that you rinse the silverware and dry it well afterwards.
  4. Get A Sparkling Microwave With Baking Soda        Add Comments
    In order to get a sparkling clean microwave oven you should wipe the inside and outside with a damp sponge that has been sprinkled with baking soda. After using this natural solution to clean your microwave you should also wipe it with a clean damp cloth to remove any baking soda residue.
  5. Remove Stains From Tea Cups & Coffee Mugs        Add Comments
    Many households and offices have coffee mugs and tea cups that have been stained by not washing them immediately after use. So in order to restore life to your stained tea cups and coffee mugs you can clean them by sprinkling in a little bit of baking soda and then rubbing them with a damp cloth.
  6. Baking Soda Cleans All Kitchen Surfaces        Add Comments
    Baking soda is an all purpose cleaner that you can use to clean a range of surfaces in your kitchen and house, such as wooden chopping boards, stainless steel appliances, stone and laminex benchtops. All you need to do is sprinkle a little bit of baking soda onto a damp cloth and use it to naturally clean the place. Another great thing about baking soda is that it is completely food safe, as well as making your whole kitchen sparkle like new.
  7. Clean Your Bathroom With Baking Soda        Add Comments
    The bathroom is another great place where cleaning with baking soda is very useful. You can use baking soda as a natural cleaning agent for all sorts of bathroom surfaces, such as porcelain bathtubs, ceramic tiles, floor tiles, mirrors, glass shower screens, sinks, hand basins and vanity units. Simply sprinkle a little bit of baking soda onto a damp cloth and then wipe the surfaces clean with the cloth.
  8. Use Baking Soda To Clean The BBQ        Add Comments
    One household chore that everyone puts off or does half heartedly is cleaning the BBQ, but now you can use baking soda to make light work of cleaning the BBQ hot plates and grill. All you need to do is to sprinkle a little bit of baking soda onto the BBQ, scrub the metal with a damp brush and then either rinse them clean or wipe them down with lots of newspaper.
  9. The Many Household Uses Of Bicarbonate Soda         Add Comments
    You can use a paste made from baking soda (bicarbonate soda) and water to save you time and money doing many household cleaning chores. This includes such common things as polishing the chrome on your car, bike or boat, cleaning crayon and dirt marks from walls and wallpaper, removing grease marks from kitchen splashback tiles and cleaning your dish washer.
  10. Clean Your Hair Brush With Baking Soda        1 Comments
    You can naturally clean all of the oil and dirt from your hair brushes and combs and bring them back to life by using baking soda. Simply soak the brush or comb in a mixture of warm water and 2 teaspoons of baking soda for 10-15 minutes and then rinse them clean.
  11. Clean Store Bought Fruits & Vegetables        1 Comments
    Many people aren't aware or don't seem to care that their store bought fruits and vegetables have insecticides and other chemicals on them. The best way to safely and naturally clean all of the dirt and chemicals from your store bought fruits and vegetables is to wash them in a sink full of water and ¼ cup of baking soda.

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