When cleaning up after a barbecue, getting rid of burned up food is probably your biggest concern. Using toxic cleaners for this is never a good idea. For this, you can sprinkle the whole grill with baking soda and soak it in water for a couple of hours. After that time passes, burned up food will be scrubbed away much more easily. You can apply the same trick when dealing with burned pots and pans.
Another thing in your garden that can be cleaned with baking soda is lawn furniture. There isn’t a better time to do it, than now. The summer is coming, and you will definitely want to spend more time outside, in your garden.
Use baking soda to get sweeter tomatoes. Sprinkle a small amount of baking soda around the base of your tomato plants. The baking soda will be absorbed into the soil and lowers the acidity level of tomatoes, thus gives you sweeter than tart flavor.
To keep cut flowers fresh for a long time put a teaspoon of baking soda in the vase. It’s that simple!
Cleaning your microwave oven can be quite a task, but it’s made easier and safer with a solution water (1 quart, warmed up) and baking soda (4 tbsp). It’s a safe, non-toxic way to keep the insides of your microwave looking fresh!
To clean and remove odor and stains from your refrigerator, clean all the shelves and drawers with a thick paste of baking soda and water. This will work!
Continue deodorizing your fridge with baking soda by placing an open container of baking soda inside and let it absorb the smells for at least 24 hours. You can keep the baking soda for a couple of months but change it after that to keep your fridge odor free.