21 Cleaning Problems You Can Solve With Baking Soda
Love cooking but hate the kitchen fuss? Would you be interested to know how to solve your cleaning problems? You are in luck because today we have here a very special ingredient that will save your day! Do you know baking soda? Have you heard of its uses other than for cooking? Let me tell you everything about it.
For those who are not familiar with baking soda, here is information about it. Baking soda has the chemical name of sodium bicarbonate. It is a white solid crystalline but often appears as a fine powder. It is also characterized by a slightly salty alkaline taste that resembles of the washing soda (sodium carbonate). Sodium Bicarbonate has a lot of chemical information that are a bit complicated to remember. In cooking terms, Sodium Bicarbonate is known as baking soda. It is used as leavening agent. Baking soda reacts with acidic components in batters that release carbon dioxide. This causes expansion of the batter that forms the characteristic texture and grain in pancakes, cakes, quick breads, soda bread and other baked and fried foods. Who would have known that baking soda has its power to freshen and clean many spots in your home? Baking soda is a super effective but gentle abrasive, and it is also a great natural deodorizer.
If we take a look at our kitchen, we sometimes noticed this as the first to be filthy. Why do you think so? Leftovers leave a filthy smell on the containers, ever noticed those pots and pans that are full of grease? How about when you open your fridge, do you notice the foul smelling? Aside from this, Garbage can odors also contribute a lot to make your kitchen very stinky. Aside from this kitchen fuss, There are other things on our homes that need the cleaning power of baking soda.
Please visit “Good Housekeeping” website below to know more about how to clean your home using the baking soda.
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