Cleaning Techniques with Baking Soda
Nowadays, green cleaning is gaining more and more popularity. One of the most commonly used for cleaning natural products is baking soda. It can be very effective for different purposes, sometimes mixed with other materials.
If you ask a professional cleaner London, he will also confirm that it is a lot better to use natural products for cleaning, when you’re doing it on your own, than to use commercial cleaners. Detergents sold in supermarkets contain a lot of dangerous, smothering and poisonous ingredients, which can endanger the health of your dearest ones and yours as well. They can cause allergies, respiratory problems and other health issues. That is why it is good to avoid them.
Here are a few cleaning techniques which include the use of baking soda, kindly offered to me by Cleaner London:
- Baking soda is the best natural deodoriser. You can use it to remove bad odours from your rugs, or even to deodorise your whole house. If your carpet smells bad, sprinkle bicarb all over it, leave it for one night, and vacuum on the next morning. If you want to remove bad odours from your house, leave an open box of baking soda in each room and it will absorb any smell.
- If you mix half cup baking soda with a tablespoon of salt, and three tablespoons of vinegar, you will prepare the best oven cleaning paste. It removes all kinds of baked-on grease and food stains.
- Put a cup of baking soda in a clogged drain and pour white vinegar on it. It will start fussing and unclog the drain.
These are just three methods to use baking soda. If you search the Internet, which I recommend you to do, you will find a lot more.