Wednesday, February 3, 2010

Dishwasher Spot Stopper


I purchased the book entitled TALKING DIRTY WITH THE QUEEN OF CLEAN by Linda Cobb. Here are some ways baking soda can help you with your cleaning duties:

Baking soda is a great deodorizer, cleaner and mild abrasive. Use as you would a sofe-scrubbing product or cleanser in tubs and sinks.

Keep food disposals fresh and free-flowing by putting the stopper in the disposal and adding 3 inches of warm water and a handful of baking soda. Turn on the disposal and let water run out.

Remove perspiration stains and odor from clothing by applying a paste of baking soda and water and letting it soak 30 minutes prior to laundering.

Mix 1 gallon of warm water and 1/4 cup of baking soda. Soak freshly washed socks in this for 30 minutes. Spin out in the washer (do not rinse out the solution), dry and you will have odor-eater socks.

Clean smudges on wallpaper with baking soda and water.

Remove crayon from hard surface as a mild abrasive to remove stains. (sorry kids, your art work has to gooooooooooooo)
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3 comments:

Amy said...

Baking soda is always a staple in our home. :) I'm sure there are so many tips I didn't know about. I may have to check that book out.

Mari said...

I used baking soda to get kids drawings off the wall and it really works. Thanks for the other tips!

Nancy said...

Great tips and with something we all have on hand.. Thanks