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Here are some brilliant uses for baking soda that will make your life much easier.🏚

1. Remove Pesticides From Your Veggies🍅

I love this one so much because I love to shop at the farmers market but you want to make sure your produce is clean, so try this:

Mix 2 tablespoons of baking soda and one cup of water in a bowl, soak the veggies for five minutes, scrub with a vegetable brush and rinse. The baking soda is awesome because it removes dirt and pesticides so you can crunch your veggies worry-free!😊😊😊

2. Soothe An Itchy Bug Bite🕷

Saturday’s picnic and biking was a blast, but all that outdoor fun has left you with a ton of mosquito bites. Yuck!

Ease the itch with this homemade Salve: makes 1 tablespoon of baking soda with just enough water to form a paste. Apply the mixture to the bike, leave on for 10 minutes then wash off. The alkaline baking soda helps relieve itching and irritation so you can get a good night’s rest.

3. Lift your stubborn grease off a grill 🍢

If you’re like me and your grill got plenty of use the summer, now there’s a sticky, greasy mess on the Great’s. Not fun! To eliminate the grind, sprinkle some baking soda on the bristles of a grill brush and use it to scrub the Great’s. The Apple alkaline, mildly abrasive powder will cut through the stuck on Grease, leaving your grill spotless and ready for another barbecue. Yea!

4. Rid all of your hair styling tools of nasty residue 💈

Just know that your brushes and combs accumulate oil and product residue, what can get transferred back to your hair, weighing down your style. The saved semicolon mix 1 teaspoon of baking soda in 1 cup of  warm water. Soak your brushes for 1 hour then rents. Baking soda absorbs oil residue for like new styling tools.

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