Pure baking soda is most commonly used as a kitchen and bathroom cleaner and for deodorising. It can be used for removing grease stains, coffee and tea stains, cleaning pots and ovens, removing burnt food residues, cleaning tiles, sinks and toilets.
Good to know:
Baking soda helps regulate the pH of our environment. Baking soda helps us to regulate our environment. In addition, baking soda has the ability to slow down pH changes, i.e. buffering. This dual ability, neutralising and buffering, allows it to increase the power of cleaning products.
It is slightly alkaline and readily soluble in warm water. Good absorbent and deodorizer. Neutralises acids while releasing carbon dioxide. Produced as a by-product of soda ash production and other chemical processes. Harmless to the environment.
Areas of use:
Grease stains: pour boiling water over the stain, then sprinkle dry baking soda over the stain and scrub
Burnt food residues: boil a little water in the pot to be cleaned, then sprinkle with baking soda. When it has cooled, you can easily clean the pan.
Coffee and tea stains: sprinkle baking soda on a damp sponge and rub over the surface to be cleaned
Stubborn dirt stuck to tiles: sprinkle baking soda on a damp cloth and rub over the dirty surface
Oven: make a paste of baking soda and water and spread it inside the oven while it is still warm. When dry, clean with hot water and brush. Finally, wipe with a humped spoonful of baking soda and a cup of water
Toilet: sprinkle with baking soda and brush.
The product contains no allergenic substances.