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  • Baking soda can put out small fires caused by burning fat, wood, fabric, or electrical cables. A handful of soda spilled onto the fire. Baking soda can put out the fire in the car and it will not damage the mechanics or electronics.

  • Odors from ashtrays remove with the solution of soda and water. Sprinkle a little of baking soda in the ashtray to remove the odor of smoke.

  • To eliminate strong food odors from your hands, moisten your hands, rub them hard with soda and rinse with water.

  • For white and clean teeth brush your teeth and gums with a wet toothbrush to which you have applied baking soda.

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  • To remove the odors from shoes, sneakers, boots or slippers, pour them with the baking soda and leave for some hours.

  • Add half a cup of baking soda to your bath water and yours skin will be soft. To heal diaper rash, add 2 teaspoons of baking soda in water for bathing the baby.

  • Insect bites and burns from jellyfish and nettle will effectively be cured with paste of water and baking soda. Apply directly to the affected area of the skin.

  • Intolerable itching of the skin, with measles and chicken pox will be reduced in the bath to which you had added half a cup of baking soda.

  • Heartburn and acid reflux quieted with the solution of ? teaspoon of baking soda in half a cup of water. Gargling with a solution of half a teaspoon of baking soda in half a cup of water will cleanse and refresh the mouth. If used as water for rinsing, soda relieves pain caused by open wounds and ulcers.

  • Sunburn will calm down of thick paste of baking and water. Insect stings will calm down a thick paste of baking and apple cider vinegar. Bee sting will calm down a lump of thick paste of baking and water.

  • Baking soda can be used as an effective deodorant. Apply under your armpits, it will remove the unpleasant smell of sweat. If your child throws up on yourself or the couch, moisten the cloth, dab baking soda and apply it on of furniture or clothes - the odor will disappear.

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  • Soda is water-repellent for glass. Apply baking soda on a damp cloth and wipe windows and automotive glass inside and out.

  • Add baking soda to the water in which you soak the beans, it will be easier to digest. When cleaning poultry, add 1 teaspoon of baking soda in boiling water. Makes it easier to separate the feathers, and the meat will be clean and white.

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