Baking Soda And Selling Your House?
Keeping baking soda around the house is a bazillian idea way and probably could get you a bazilian more dollars
for your house when you sel it. Keep this cheat sheet handy when that time comes.
What will it do for you? 1. Save you $$MONEY$$ 2. Save you TIME 3. Give a good SHOWING
Use Baking Soda to Clean Your Bathroom
Sure, that name-brand spray cleaner gets the job done in your bathroom, but have you ever stopped to think what kind of chemicals are in there? What kind of chemicals you're breathing in every time you clean your porcelain throne?
Skip the poison shower, and just use baking soda. It's not just good for porcelain – it also cleans tile, counters, faucets and other stainless steel fixtures. If you want things fizzy clean, spray everything with vinegar first. Adding baking soda to the mix will fizz away all the grime, eliminating the need for the "elbow grease" we talked about earlier.
Bonus feature: Baking soda also makes stainless steel fixtures extra shiny.
Use Baking soda To Freshen Up Rugs
Freshen rugs by sprinkling baking soda on carpet, wait at least 15 minutes (preferably let sit overnight), then vacuum up.
A crayon-covered wall
And when your kid's artistic efforts end up all over that wall you just repainted, scrub lightly with a damp sponge sprinkled in baking soda.
Garbage can odors
Place some baking soda in the bottom of your can to fight trash stink.
. Remove an ugly oil spill on your garage floor
Got an ugly oil spot on your garage floor? Pour on a little baking soda and scrub with a wet brush to make it disappear.
Brighten a dull floor finish
To brighten a dull floor finish, dissolve ½ cup baking soda in a bucket full of warm water. mop and rinse for a shiny floor.