8 Cleaning Problems You Can Solve With Baking Soda



Stop thinking that baking soda is only used in the kitchen. It is also your ally for cleaning your house.

Just like vinegar and toothpaste, baking soda can be used in many things. Let's see:

Eliminate smells from fridge or freezer
Use a tablespoon of baking soda and 17 ounces of warm water. With a cloth, clean the walls and shelves.

Clean rugs
Mixing baking soda and hydrogen peroxide helps remove stains from rugs.

Unclog sinks
Pour 1 to 4 tablespoons of baking soda into the sink drain. The amount varies according to the issue.

Clean and bright kitchen
Stoves, microwaves, fridges, dishes, cutlery, and stainless steel items can get an extra shine with baking soda.

Eliminate bad smells from towels
This solution is one of the best alternatives for preventing your towels from smelling bad.

Unclog bathroom/shower drain
Mix 3/4 cup of baking soda with 1/2 cup of vinegar and pour it over the drain.

Clean mattresses and walls
Mites are everywhere, including in your mattress, pillows, couch, and rugs.

Eliminate flies from the bathroom
Using baking soda in the drain keeps these flies away and also prevents bad smells.

Liked these tricks? Did you know any of them already?

Try them and share your experience with us.

0:00 Cleaning with baking soda
0:16 Eliminate smells from fridge or freezer
0:35 Clean rugs using baking soda
0:57 Unclog sinks with baking soda and vinegar
1:16 Clean and bright kitchen with baking soda
1:27 Eliminate bad smells from towels
2:08 Unclog bathroom/shower drain
2:24 Clean mattresses and walls
2:37 Eliminate flies from the bathroom

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