Baking Soda is AMAZING for a number of things. Not only is it great for baking and cooking but it is a great household cleaning product as well.
Check out these tips:
If you crave sweets, rinse your mouth with one-teaspoon baking soda dissolved in a glass of warm water. Don’t swallow the mixture; spit it out. Your craving should disappear instantly.
To remove pesticides, dirt, and wax from fresh fruits and vegetables, wash them in a large bowl of cool water to which added two to three tablespoons of baking soda.
Soak toothbrushes in baking soda and warm water overnight to clean bristles.
Lay down barrier of baking soda under sink-pipe openings and along basement windows to keep carpenter ants, silverfish, and roaches from invading. Roaches eat the baking soda, dehydrate, and die.
Sprinkling baking soda on your front steps will provide traction and melt the ice. Unlike rock salt, kitty litter, or sand, it won’t damage outdoor or indoor surfaces or shoes.
Add teaspoon baking soda to water while boiling eggs makes them easier to peel.
Mix hydrogen peroxide and baking together .Put it on your tile grout let it sit for a few min .Then with a nail brush or old toothbrush scrub and rinse with clean water and the dirt is gone. For stubborn stains you may have to do this a couple of times.
You’re welcome to post your own baking soda tips below!