How do I use baking soda?

It’s called baking soda or baking soda, and it’s as hip as it is old. Yes, it is. If you had to choose a great product for cooking, cleaning, or hygiene, it would be it, and it already existed in antiquity!

Browse through any guide of grandmother’s tips or eco-friendly solutions, you’ll see only him. Using baking soda is something as old as the world, or almost. But why is it coming back into fashion now, then? Quite simply because this white powder with a banal look knows how to do everything, or almost everything, to take care of us and the house, all for cheap and without polluting. Who says better?

As a result, our grandmothers started to decline bicarbonate at all costs. Since miracle powder is abrasive, degreasing, soft, anti-mold, and anti-limescale, capable of neutralizing odors and cleaning almost any surface. It is economical, ecological, and not dangerous for humans or animals. And it’s as good as thieves with white vinegar, the other ecological asset of the household! Do we tell you everything?

1-For degreasing and cleaning surfaces

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Baking soda is the king of the household. It degreases, disinfects, sanitizes, shines, scrubs… It can ecologically clean almost any surface, without risk for fragile people and without polluting the house. Hotplates, sinks, showers, bathtubs, joints, mold, pipes, worktops, carpets, mattresses… Sprinkle the white powder and leave it on before mopping or vacuuming, it’s done! For more efficiency, couple it with white vinegar, a grandmother’s trick ideal for mold, pipes, toilet bowl … and be careful, it foams. One last idea? Place a cup of bicarbonate of soda inside the fridge to neutralize unpleasant odors.