50 Uses For Baking Soda You Don’t Know

It’s been dubbed the miracle in a Box and you will love the many uses in and around your home. We’ve rounded up the best, so you don’t have to.
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A mandatory Pantry Staple in most homes, you won’t believe how many Baking Soda uses there are. This natural and inexpensive ingredient is a favorite when it comes to cooking and cleaning but that’s just the beginning! 

One of the ways to use Baking Soda that you may not be aware of is to use it to remove splinters. It is a popular trick with those in the know and apparently, it really works.

Remove Splinters with Baking Soda

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Removing Splinters With Baking Soda

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The secret to removing a Splinter with Baking Soda is to make a paste using water and 1/4 teaspoon of baking soda – the paste should be thick and not watery.

Apply the paste to the affected area and cover securely with a Band-Aid. You can remove the Band-Aid after 24 hours. The splinter may have come out onto the band-aid or sticking out.

Cleaning With Baking Soda

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Cleaning With Baking Soda

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You can use Baking Soda in so many other instances. Did you know it can be used for whitening nails, blackhead removal, and teeth whitening?

It’s a great neutralizer for your fridge too. Simply pop some in a bowl and the odor will disappear in no time at all.

The Baking Soda Cleaning Recipes above show it is a powerhouse when it comes to cleaning. You can also use it as a Towel Refresher. It will bring the absorbency back to tired towels. It also removes that musty, funky aroma.

Baking Soda also makes an awesome air freshener. Simply add a few drops of your favorite essential oil to a small glass jar.

Cover with a square of fabric and fasten with a rubber band. Shake to distribute oil and place in closet, bathroom, or car.

You can also use Baking Soda as a facial scrub, fighting pimples and acne, and it is brilliant for freshening and deodorizing your Mattress.

8 Household Uses for Baking Soda

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8 Popular Uses For Baking Soda

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Here are another 8 top uses. We particularly love the idea of removing produce film. The easy recipe involves sprinkling Baking Soda on a damp sponge and then giving a gentle scrub.

You then rinse. For soft-skinned produce like apples, you can sprinkle in water and dip the produce in the mixture. Always be sure to rinse well.Baking Soda Grout Cleaner

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Baking Soda Grout Cleaner Recipe

Using Baking Soda On Tiles can work a treat too. All you need is 7 cups water, 1/2 cup baking soda, 1/3 cup ammonia (or lemon juice), and 1/4 cup vinegar.

Spray on the grout, leave for about 1 hour, then scrub vigorously with a scrubbing brush. As you can see from the above photo, the results are exceptional.

33 Surprising Baking Soda Uses & Remedies

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33 Baking Soda Uses For Skin

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Here are some more unexpected ways to use Baking Soda. Who would have thought it could be a Bug Bite Soother or for Sunburn Relief? Apparently, you add half a cup of baking soda to a warm bath and soak. Finish off with your favorite body lotion but be sure it’s a mild one.

It is also renowned for being a face exfoliator. Simply mix a teaspoon with half a cup of water and then use it in a circular motion on your face. 50 Uses For Baking Soda

Baking Soda Uses via Today

You can use Baking soda to lift oil and grease from garage floors and your driveway. You can also clean golf irons.

It is also excellent for removing stubborn marks and crayon from walls and painted furniture. It is also excellent for cleaning and freshening drains, polishing silverware and extinguishing fires.
Baking Soda Shampoo

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Baking Soda Hair Hack

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This hair detox recipe uses 1 part baking soda to 3 parts water. It is recommended to use it in a squeeze bottle. Allow it to sit on your hair and then after a few minutes wash it out. 

Finish off with one part apple or white vinegar to 4 parts water, again in a squeeze bottle. Use this as a rinse. This locks in the moisture and seals the hair follicles.

Essential Oils can be added to reduce the vinegar smell. The user reported smoother hair and no frizzies. You can find her full article here.

Whiten Nails With Baking Soda

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Nail Whitening Trick

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You will love this Nail Whitening trick that is used by Nail Technicians. You can use the soaking method above which involves 2 tablespoons of Hydrogen Peroxide mixed with 4 tablespoons of baking soda and 1/2 a cup of hot water.

Simply soak your nails for 10 minutes and you will have instant results.

If you are trying to remove the remnants of nail polish, it is best to mix hydrogen peroxide and baking soda together to form a paste and brush the combination onto your nails.

Leave on for ten minutes and wash off. Your nails will be snow white and like new.

Unusual Uses For Baking Soda

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Unusual Uses For Baking Soda

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