We all know to put baking soda in our fridge or the litter box. But there are a lot more uses for this cheap and versatile household staple. Find out how you should be using baking soda!

We all know to put baking soda in our fridge or the litter box. But there are a lot more uses for this cheap and versatile household staple. Find out how you should be using baking soda!

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Use baking soda to check soil acidity.  Soil needs to be acidic for plants and vegetation to grow properly.  To check if your soil is acidic enough, mix 1/4 cup of baking soda with 2 cups of water then stir in 1 cup of soil.  If the mixture bubbles, then your soil is acidic enough {100+ Uses for Baking Soda}

Use baking soda to check soil acidity. Soil needs to be acidic for plants and vegetation to grow properly. To check if your soil is acidic enough, mix 1/4 cup of baking soda with 2 cups of water then stir in 1 cup of soil. If the mixture bubbles, then your soil is acidic enough {100+ Uses for Baking Soda}

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Amazing Uses For Baking Soda That You Didn't Know | The WHOot
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Bath bombs leave your bathwater cleansing & soothing. However, bath bombs can be expensive and include  citric acid that can be harsh on your skin. DIY it using ingredients found at the grocery store, and omit the citric acid. This recipe calls for cream of tartar, which, when combined with baking soda, will give you the same fizzy results!

Bath bombs leave your bathwater cleansing & soothing. However, bath bombs can be expensive and include citric acid that can be harsh on your skin. DIY it using ingredients found at the grocery store, and omit the citric acid. This recipe calls for cream of tartar, which, when combined with baking soda, will give you the same fizzy results!

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