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clean your stovetop with just baking soda...sprinkle baking soda all over your stove and grates and then put a light mist of water over them...let them sit for about 20 minutes and then use a sponge to clean them off.

Every 3 months pour half a bottle of vinegar down the drain – let it sit for 30 minutes and run hot water for 1 minute. It will help keep your sink’s pipes nice and unplugged. If you have a tough clog, add a tablespoon or two of baking soda first, then pour the vinegar…let it sit for 15 -30 minutes and then flush with hot water, amazing! Side benefit to this method: If any baking soda remains, it makes for an awesome cleaning agent to just wipe up your sink!

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Extraordinary uses for Baking Soda: Repel rain from your windshield by wiping it inside and out with a damp cloth covered in gobs of baking soda. + many more uses.

DIY Goo Gone It’s like magic in a jar!! The recipe is one part vegetable oil for every two parts of baking soda, all you do is stir together and start removing the junk! Don’t have too much fun now!

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Help for smelly and/or non-absorbant bath towels: 1 cup vinegar 1/2 cup baking soda HOT water run towels through a wash cycle containing vinegar and very hot water (add some boiling water). Follow it by another wash cycle, this time containing the baking soda. Then dry.

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