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Baking Soda (Alkaline salt) is an old panacea with many uses.


Baking Soda (Alkaline salt) is an old panacea with many uses.


Baking Soda (Alkaline salt) is an old panacea with many uses.


Arm & Hammer Multifunctional salt suitable for many applications such as removing many stains. Originally the drug with many applications from the U.S.A. (See also the manual)

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Baking soda was used some 150 years ago in America and England for the rise of dough and batter and it was also used in the household. It is an environmentally friendly alternative to chemical cleaning products and also great for personal care. a real all-rounder in and around the house. So get a large pack of baking soda in your house, because you are right through it! The applications are countless, so you can clean with them, clean microwave ovens and ovens, remove coffee and tea, brush silver, do the laundry, remove blood stains etc. Not only in the home, but also in the garden baking soda is a handy tool to have on hand. Especially if you have a lot of problems with ants. Sprinkle some baking soda on the spots where these little creatures often come and with time all ants disappeared. The best remedy against stains is baking soda. And also much cheaper than expensive stain remover. Make a paste of two tablespoons of baking soda and a few drops of water, until you get a consistency similar to a paste. Spread the paste on the stain and allow it to withdraw. Then you put the garment with the stain in the washing machine and you are amazed by the result! The most practical tips can be found in the book "Handbook baking soda" which is also available on our website. Sodium bicarbonate occurs in nature as a mineral called Nahcolite and also as part of the natural substances natron and trona. Natron consists for the most part of a type of soda (sodium carbonate) plus sodium bicarbonate, sodium chloride and sodium sulphate. The proportion of sodium bicarbonate or 'baking soda' in sodium is 17%. Trona is a mineral that is not entirely, but for a large part, consists of sodium bicarbonate.

1. Clean sneakers: Sprinkle a little baking soda in a bowl and add lukewarm water to make it a paste. Divide this fabric over your leather sneakers and scrub them clean. Take a damp cloth over it and see there: they look like new again.
2. Heartburn: A burden of heartburn? Dissolve half a teaspoon of baking soda in half a glass of hot water and repeat this after two hours.
3. Brushing your teeth: Make your own toothpaste with baking soda, coconut oil and peppermint oil. You also seem to get very white teeth. You can find the recipe here.
4. Refrigerator: Does your refrigerator always stink? Put a tray of baking soda in the fridge: this neutralizes all unpleasant odors. In fact, in America there is a tray of baking soda in just about every refrigerator. Now that you're doing it: does your trash smell? Sprinkle some baking soda on the bottom.
5. Vacuum cleaner: Do you pull the air that blows your vacuum cleaner out badly? Then sprinkle some baking soda on the ground and vacuum it up.
 6. Fruit cleaning: We all know it, but do too little: most fruit is sprayed and that mess is not easy to get rid of. Especially if you have to process a lemon peel in a dish, you do well to wash it properly. It works much more effectively with baking soda: put a tablespoon in a bowl of warm water and mix well. Dip your fruit in the water and let it stand for ten minutes. Even with water, ready!
7. Insect sting: Au! Stung by a bee or wasp? Make a paste of baking soda with water and spread it on your skin. It relieves the pain.
8. Pans: Do your pans feel some fat? Baking soda to the rescue.
9. Deodorant: Rub some baking soda under your arms to neutralize odors.
10. Lemonade: Do you want to make lemonade yourself? Then add half a teaspoon of baking soda in a can of lemonade. Add a small amount of lemon juice so that the baking soda can do its job.