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The one item that I can’t do without when I clean is baking soda. I use it for so many things, if I don’t have a box of it around I’ll make a special trip to the store 5 miles away just as I would if I were out of a mainstay like milk.
What do I use so much baking soda for? Here are my top 10 uses of baking soda for cleaning in the home:
A commonly available mineral full of many cleaning attributes, baking soda is made from soda ash, and is slightly alkaline (it’s pH is around 8.1; 7 is neutral). It neutralizes acid-based odors in water, and absorbs odors from the air.
I’m doing our oven this weekend with my brother and we have been looking for tips that won’t upset my breastfeeding wife – and there are more than enough to keep us going here lol. Our son has been baby led weaning… it’s brilliant, but we seem to be cooking proper meals so much more now. That’s not a bad thing, but this is our first time cleaning it ourselves so it’s abit daunting considering in the past we’ve always used companies to do it! I’d definitely recommend oven cleaner maidstone or oven cleaning sheffield if you’re close by to them, but if you’re going for the DIY route like we are going to try, this page looks perfect! Thanks again :)
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She is a member of GreenChiCafe.com. She is also the author of five books on green living, including True Food (National Geographic, 2010), and Better Basics for the Home (Three Rivers Press, 1999).