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Simple Baking Soda Tip for Cleaning
Posted By Alyssa Francis On January 4, 2011 @ 11:56 pm In DIY,Frugal Living | 27 Comments
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Cheap? Yes. Ease of use? Not so much.
So here is a little tip I learned for quick and easy cleaning with baking soda…
Yes, you read that right.
Step 1: Clean out a used container of grated store-bought parmesan.
Step 2: Fill with baking soda.
Step 3: LABEL as baking soda (it’s harmless if eaten, but just in case )
Step 4: Sprinkle on sinks, tubs and other areas just like you would Ajax or Comet.
Step 5: Add water (or even vinegar), scrub, then rinse.
There you have it. Safe, non-toxic cleaning power in a recycled container. And frugal to boot! You could add a bit of Borax to boost the cleaning power if you find that necessary.
You will be amazed by how well this works if you have never tried baking soda as a household cleaner!
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