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Baking soda uses for household chores is the future of cleaning. Do you have a nasty odor, stuck-on grease, or just an all-around seemingly impossible cleaning job that you have been dreading to begin? Stress no more with a fun, and natural, way to clean all that gunk, in no time. Certain jobs require you to get down and dirty. For us at Daily Mom, that means using baking soda as a paste. So pull out that Arm & Hammer and take advantage of these baking soda uses.

Baking Soda Uses

Why A Paste?

Allowing the paste to dry on a stain, or odor gives the paste more time to neutralize and permeates deep into the area. What’s more? Making baking soda paste makes for a fun activity and science experiment for both you and your kids.

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How To:

  • Mix baking soda with water to form a paste
  • Spread the paste on your stain and allow to fully dry
  • Spray the dry baking soda with vinegar (it will sizzle)
  • Use a natural sponge or steel wool to scrub the stain, until it comes off
  • Wipe clean with plenty of water with a natural fiber towel

Read More: Cleaning With Baking Soda


Baking Soda Uses For Household Chores

Kitty Litter Box

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It is no surprise. Kitty litter boxes smell. But have you noticed that there is a weird odor on the floor around the litter box? If your litter box is located on tile, or linoleum, use this paste around the box to neutralize the odor. Cat urine has a very strong ammonia smell and using this trick regularly can really help cut back on the prevalence of the odor. And if your litter box is located on the carpet? Well, good luck with that.

Read More: 5 Carpet Cleaning Hacks Everyone Should Know

Base Of The Toilet

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Do you share a household with a boy, or man, who may not always have the best aim? Use this paste around the base of the toilet. It will leave your toilet sparkling clean, while also removing any lingering odors left from you-know-who.

Inside The Stove

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Let’s face it, commercial chemical oven cleaners are undeniably toxic. If you do not feel like dressing yourself in HAZMAT gear to clean your oven, consider giving this baking soda paste a try.

Before you start, you will want to scrape off any “solid” food or gunk stuck to the bottom. Use an old spatula to scrape anything up and then generously apply the baking soda paste. Wait for the paste to dry and then use steel wool, or the rough side of a sponge, to scrub up the paste. Try scrubbing in circular motions after spritzing with vinegar. Be aware that vinegar on your baking soda paste might make the concoction to sizzle.

Read More: How to Make Vinegar Smell Better


These baking soda uses can help clean some crucial areas around the house. It is clear that using baking soda as a paste is key for those tough cleaning jobs. So get ready for this fun science experiment that also deep cleans.

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Baking Soda Uses For Tough Cleaning Jobs

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3 COMMENTS

  1. This is a wonderful and helpful tips to know what are the other uses of the baking soda as a cleaner of our home furniture. I normally use baking soda to remove stains and whiten the dark spots and it is very useful.

  2. This words wonder on the stovetop. I have been having issues with getting it squeaky clean for a while. No longer! I have been using a variation of this baking soda idea and it is perfect. Thanks for sharing Megan.

  3. Sounds really easy and nice! I don’t like cleaning the oven and every advice is welcome! I usually use chemical cleaners but the results are not so great so I am planning to try our the soda! Many of my girlfriends are using it to clean around the house so I will too! Thanks for sharing! 🙂

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