Dishes and cutlery can be effectively cleaned with baking soda. It is non-invasive to dishes, while excellent removes fat and restores the dishes and cutlery shine and prevents the formation of scale deposits on all cleaned surfaces. Baking soda can also be used for dried or burnt food in the dishes. When we have dried or burnt food on the dishes we simply sprinkle this area with baking soda and leave to soak for 10 minutes in boiled water, than simply wash the dishes as usually.
Sodium bicarbonate is also great for cleaning the sink and other working surfaces in the kitchen, as it prevents the formation of scale deposits and restores beautiful shine to the surfaces.
Two tablespoon of baking soda sprinkle equal to the dishes and the dishwasher bottom. Load vinegar (at least 8% acetic acid) into the container for the detergent to the dishwasher door. Start the dishwasher on the first program for dirty dishes. Do not mix the vinegar and baking soda, not to void the washing effect. Baking soda cleans and effectively scoured the dishes and the vinegar acts as a disinfectant. Both baking soda and vinegar dissolves calcium carbonate and bring glasses to shine. After rinsing the dishes are clean and odorless. Baking soda and vinegar are edible and are used in the diet and used for body detoxification.
No more unpleasant odors in the dishwasher
Sodium bicarbonate will effectively remove odors that may occur in the dishwasher at the same time it will also help to improve the functioning of your dishwasher.
In the case, the dishes will not be immediately washed, sprinkle dirty dishes with baking soda and run the rinse program. This will prevent the development of unpleasant odors in the dishwasher.
Once a month, toss in the dishwasher 100 g of baking soda and run the rinse program. Unpleasant odors will disappear and you will also prolong the life of your dishwasher.