20 Great Uses For Baking Soda

 Where would we be without a big jar of baking soda? Keep it handy enough to scrub a sink, make a spray cleaner on the run, clean the bathroom, throw down the toilet with a little white vinegar to keep it sparkling, or take a teaspoon to alleviate heartburn. If you buy our Green Goddess Premium Baking Soda you can be sure …

 

 

Are Your Glasses Cloudy?

Did you know that you can give drinking glasses and wine glasses the treat of a lifetime by washing them in the dishwasher without detergent? Pour two cups of Wendyl’s Premium White Vinegar into the bottom of the dishwasher then turn it on. You will be rewarded with clean, streak-free glasses.  If you still have a problem use some Rose …

 

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DIY Two Ingredient Shoe Polish

Shining shoes is quite a big deal around our house. Lucas is in the Air Cadets, and having anything less than shoes you can almost see your reflection in is not acceptable. They even have a class in their training camp dedicated to shining shoes using pantyhose (stretched taut and buffed with a sawing motion according to artofmanliness.com – the Library Of Random Man …

 

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Try This .. Clean Dishwasher With White Vinegar

Are your dishes coming out of the dishwasher looking a bit murky? Are your glasses cloudy and your cutlery dull? Then your dishwasher is probably due for a clean. Instead of using those little plastic containers filled with terrible smelling liquid available at the supermarket, you can clean your dishwasher naturally with double strength white vinegar, the type you find at …

 

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DIY Reusable Cleaning Wipes

These natural reusable wipes cost very little to make, which means you can have several containers dotted around your house, they’re also really handy to have in the car. You’ll love how easy this recipe is to make with ingredients that are readily available, most of which you probably already have in your kitchen cupboard. White Vinegar naturally prevents mould …

 

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Baking Soda Iron Cleaner

  DID YOU KNOW? You can clean your iron with good old baking soda! Make a paste of 1 tablespoon water and 2 tablespoons baking soda. Apply the paste to the iron, then wipe clean. Be sure to clean out all the holes, then fill the iron with water and operate the steam option whilst ironing something that’s not so …