10 amazing unknown uses of baking soda

Everyone has a tin of baking soda that hangs in the fridge or in the pantry. But beyond the kitchen, did you know that this product has a thousand and one uses?

To learn more, read these 10 bold ways to use baking soda in everyday life.

And a little trick: buy it in bulk to save and always have a fee to try our tricks!

1. Making bombs for home bath

Keep your sub and prepare your own homemade bath bombs based on baking soda and essential oils.

You can check out this method on Youtube to find out how! Who knows, you might like so much this DIY of bath bombs that you will decide to launch yourself in business on Etsy!

The mussels can be found in craft shops like Michaels, but a simple silicone muffin plate does the trick.

2. Stop odors in the washer
To prevent mold and odor from developing in the washer tub, wash in empty tank mode with hot water and ΒΌ of baking soda.

Also take the habit of leaving the door open after washing, to give the inside of the appliance a chance to dry.

3. Express Stain Remover
Use a solution prepared with 2 tablespoons of baking soda and 250 ml of hot water to pre-treat stains on clothing. For stubborn stains, you can apply the bicarbonate directly to the stain, add a little water and leave to act for 5 minutes before putting the garment in the Wash.

Keep a stash in a Mason jar near the washer for always on hand.

4. Take off the stains in the pans
The roast has stuck to the bottom of your most beautiful pot to braise? Pour a quarter cup of baking soda and a little hot water over the encrusted spot for 20 minutes before rubbing.

If the stain persists, repeat the procedure by adding a little more water and boil the solution by scraping the bottom of the pan with a wooden spoon.

5. Fight the stains of spaghetti sauce
Raise your hand if you have already ruined a plastic container by making it heat too long in the microwave with tomato sauce!

To help reduce the damage, fill the kitchen sink with hot water and add 3 tbsp. of baking soda per liter of water before soaking the dishes 10 minutes, rubbing from time to time.

5. Fight the stains of spaghetti sauce
Raise your hand if you have already ruined a plastic container by making it heat too long in the microwave with tomato sauce!

To help reduce the damage, fill the kitchen sink with hot water and add 3 tbsp. of baking soda per liter of water before soaking the dishes 10 minutes, rubbing from time to time.

6. Wash fruits and vegetables
To thoroughly clean apples, pears, tomatoes, cucumbers and all other fruits and vegetables to consume with the peel, just fill the sink with lukewarm water, in which we add some tablespoons of baking soda.

We add the food and let soak a minute before rubbing with a clean sponge (do not take the one you use to wash the counter, eh!).

7. Disinfect Cat Litter
Between weekly soap cleaning, baking soda can be used to clean the cat’s litter and eliminate bad odors.

You can use the basic baking soda or buy a scented formula that specializes in groceries.

8. Reduce Gastric Reflux
Abuse of Sriracha, second serving of cake, intense participation in “Burger Week”… If you suffer from gastric reflux after a meal too heavy or spicy, a little baking soda in a small glass of cold water can relieve discomfort.

Drink it with a stroke and the bicarbonate will make its soothing effect very quickly. But be prepared, the noise coming out of your mouth a few minutes later might surprise you! #burp

9. Make the glasses shine
If you have beautiful glassware in a showcase, on the shelves or on the lounge’s roller bar, make it shine with its most beautiful shine by washing it in a solution of hot water and baking soda.

Unlike SOAP, this method will not leave a film on the glass.

10. Relax tired feet
After a long day of work, a hike in the mountains or a stroll through the city, nothing better to eliminate fatigue than a good foot bath.

Fill a bucket of hot water, add a cup of baking soda, a cup of Epsom salt, a few drops of your favorite essential oil and let soak your feet for 10 to 15 minutes.

And if you have the courage, finish the whole thing with a 30-second soak in an iced bath. Or why not a snow bath, for a invigorating effect to the Scandinavian

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