25 Clever Baking Soda Uses And Remedies That Have Nothing To Do With Baking.
#6. Now that you know that you can dust your armpits with baking soda, try dusting your litter box with it.
When your cat's litter box starts to stink, you only have two options. You can either clean it, which wouldn't be such a bad idea, or you can sprinkle some baking soda on it. When your cat scratches its paws on the kitty litter to cover its poop up, it will activate the baking soda's deodorizing power.
#7. If you're a fan of tea, then you can take it to the next level by adding a pinch of, (you guessed it!) baking soda.
The baking soda is able to counter the natural bitterness found in teas, which will provide you with a smoother taste. You'll find that this also works if you add a pinch of baking soda to a pitcher of ice tea.
#8. So, you accidentally ruined dinner again because you were too distracted looking at your phone.
Now, the bottom of your pan has a tough, burnt crust that you simply can't take off, so here's what you do. Coat the bottom of the pan with baking soda and vinegar and then let it sit for a few hours. After some scrubbing, it will come out clean
#9. You can keep the dust mite population in check by sprinkling baking soda over your mattress.
The next time you decide to change your sheets, throw some baking soda over the mattress and let it sit there for half an hour. Then use the vacuum to get rid of the powder. In the process, it will take the dust mites with it and prevent them from becoming permanent bed fellows.
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#10. Every part of your body deserves to get cleansed every now and then and that includes your hair.
Baking soda is the ultimate clarifying hair cleanser. Simply mix baking soda with water and apply it to your hair. Then let it sit there for 15 minutes before you rinse it off, and when you do, your hair will be free of product build-up like hairspray or hair gel.
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