Saturday, March 29, 2014

Home Cleaning with Baking Soda

Todays post is about Home Cleaning with Baking Soda because so many homeowners today want to do basic but, effective cleaning. There are so many ways you use simple basic baking soda to help keep your home cleaner and fresh as if your windows are open 24/7. You might be thinking...HOW? Here are a few ways to freshen up your home starting downstairs and working upstairs. If you have a basement whether it's finished or not most of us have dehumidifiers running in the warmer months to combat moisture but still have an odor. I have found that if I set up small one cup containers or something to hold baking soda in even a dish and place on all ends of basement hidden if finished. This will work to pull odors out of air. Change these once monthly or as you notice odor coming back. If you have the ability to set up a fan place a dish with baking soda behind it. This will freshen air immediately.

Now let's move upstairs to work on freshening up this area as well. Maybe you want to think about where you might have odors like closets?  Set up a small container in each closet that has an odor. Home Cleaning with Baking Soda is easy and fun to do something that is effective and it cost pennies as well. You can purchase baking soda on a big value size bag in pool supply store or local food clubs in your area. Around any of the rooms you can do one of few things set to place baking soda around in open ceramic items that can hold baking soda and will not be seen. if you have kids think about placement so they are safe. This works well in pet beds and in cat waste or kitty liter boxes as well. I recently did a post on use of Baking Soda in kitchen in your refrigerator as well.

Check on this blog for this helpful post.There is many more things you can do with baking soda on my blog you too will be amazed. You can place some baking soda in your vacuum to fresh up your vacuum if bag is not full. To do this just simply place some baking soda on floor and vacuum up. Amount would be about  a 1/4 cup or less. Here is something else you can do to help freshen your home. Clean your kitchen pail with baking soda and warm water dry completely and reline pails. These are just a few things you can do to help you do with baking soda. We can help with Home Cleaning with Baking Soda Click Here

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