My super frugal secret to a fresh and clean home using zero harmful chemicals?
I've been using baking soda for so long and for so many things that I really thought it was irresponsible not to share all of the many uses with you. I am still finding new ways to utilize this frugal and completely natural wonder. Most of you probably already know that you can stick an open box of baking soda in the fridge to absorb odors and scrub away burnt on food from pans, but did you know all of these other cleaning and deodorizing secrets? Have any others you'd like to share? Id love to hear them!
I buy a huge bag of baking soda at Costco (also at Walmart) which is even cheaper than buying it by the small box full.
Deodorizing your linen closet
This works fabulously! Along with citrus, baking soda cleans even the toughest
stains and build ups in your sinks. I have stainless steel kitchen sinks and
I've never seen them so bright ans sparkling after I sprinkle on baking soda then spray with bottled lemon juice and gently scrub.
Removes crayon and ink.
Removes soap scum and built up dirt on bath tubs & showers.
Natural Silver Polish
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