as of 12/05/2021 (Details)
Baking soda is a naturally occurring substance that serves many purposes. It was recognized by bakers for its ability to trap carbon dioxide during the baking process, which causes ingredients to rise. Baking soda's capabilities, however, span far beyond the culinary realm. It's an inexpensive and non-toxic solution to many cleaning and health care dilemmas. Baking soda absorbs odors. Use it in your freezer, refrigerator, cupboards, garbage cans, shoes, and carpets to neutralize offensive smells. Make a scratch resistant scrub for stainless steel surfaces. Douse stove fires. Make a paste to remove hard water stains. Apply directly to the skin as a paste to alleviate insect bites, hives, or to dry out acne. Introduce baking soda to your oral hygiene regimen to neutralize bad breath, whiten teeth or dentures, sanitize your toothbrush, and heal cold sores.* And you can find so many other ways to use this multipurpose product. *These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.
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