Lady Dumps Baking Soda in Her Oven. Watch What Happens After She Closes the Door
When you find a simple life hack that will make your life easier and save you time and money in the kitchen it's always a good thing. And this simple life hack is just the thing to get your oven looking like new again, and all it takes is one simple natural ingredient that you are sure to have already in your kitchen cabinets. It doesn't take long before your oven can get covered in dirt and grime. Along with being dirty, the fire alarm may go off if there are too many food particles in the oven, so you want to try and clean it out on a regular basis. The problem with cleaning your oven can often be in the cleaning products that you use. Some oven cleaners are extremely toxic and are harmful to breathe in. That is why you will want to watch this short step by step video tutorial to help you clean your oven using a safe, natural ingredient. The simple ingredient is baking soda, and by dampening baking soda with water, you make a thick, non-abrasive paste which will absorb all the oils and odors, while the baking soda acts as a gentle abrasive to scrub away the burned-on food. It has to be left for a bit of time to break up the baked-on bits.
Natural baking soda is 100 percent sodium bicarbonate, which can be used as a leavening agent used in baked goods recipes. Baking soda gives off carbon dioxide gas, which causes the dough to rise. Baking soda is effective at removing stains, and it can also be used as a mild scouring tool for pots, pans, and sinks. Baking soda can neutralize acid and soften hard water. Baking soda can also be used as an ingredient to extinguish grease fires. Baking soda is a useful eco-friendly cleaning supply for cleaning and polishing jewelry, plastic, porcelain, silver, and stainless steel.
Baking soda is also a great thing to have in the house for minor accidents and injuries; you can also use it as part of your regular hygiene routine. There are also health benefits of baking soda such as use for whitening teeth and as a natural remedy for a variety of uses. The good news is that a box of baking soda can be purchased for under one dollar, so it is safe to say that it is one of the least expensive household ingredients and home remedies you will have in the house. Baking soda can be used as natural deodorant. Baking soda is a great thing to use if you want to avoid the parabens and aluminum that are an ingredient found in many deodorants and antiperspirants. An alternative is using a pinch of baking soda that has been mixed with water instead. This simple natural paste makes an effective and simple natural deodorant. You can also simply brush some dry baking soda under your arms. Baking soda can be used as a home remedy for insect bites and poison ivy. To use apply a paste made of baking soda and water to insect bites as a way to help relieve itching. You can also try rubbing the baking soda onto your skin. Baking soda is also effective for poison ivy and itchy rashes. Baking soda can also help to relieve minor skin irritation and itching by neutralizing the toxins and irritants on your skin's surface.
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