Friday, September 10, 2010

What Baking Soda Can Do for You

Good Morning Friends,
Baking Soda.  It is inexpensive and very versatile.  I've spoken about it before.  It is a great arsenal to have in your cleaning caddy or cupboard at all times.

Use baking soda to help remove baked-on food and odors in utensils, cookware, chopping boards, coffeepots, garbage disposals, freezers, refrigerators, help remove stains on plastic utensils and dishes, remove bathtub rings, clean sinks, counter tops, chrome fixtures, fiberglass shower stalls and plastic laminate.

You can use it in three ways to do the things listed above.  First you can make a paste.  Do this by mixing 3 parts baking soda to 1 part water.  You can make a solution by mixing 1/4 cup baking soda to 1 quart water.  Finally you can use it dry.  Sprinkle it straight from the box and rub with a damp sponge or cloth.  Then rinse it off and dry. 

Handy, handy, handy.
Happy Homemaking,


MamaTink said...

Following you back!

Dawn said...

good to know - thanks!

Kimberlee said...

Baking soda is an awesome thing, LOL!

Katie @ On the Banks of Squaw Creek said...

great reminder! I have some baked on "my pie overflowed" gooeyness on my cookie sheet (at least I predicted the overflow and put the cookie sheet under it, right? So now it's there instead of the oven!)


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