Arm and Hammer Baking Soda has to be one of my favorite cleaning products. It is a clean, simple, unscented cleaning agent that a lot of people use strictly for baking yummy treats in their kitchens.
There are so many ways to use this product. Last Tuesday's Tip of the day showed a way to use this product to clean scorched carpet off your clothing iron by making the soda into a paste.
Always in my refrigerator, it is a handy go to product I use quite often.
If you have ever burned something in your favorite pan or pot, then you know the concern there is surrounding cleaning it without damaging it. When I was growing up, the simple solution was to let the item soak with soapy hot water overnight, and to hope for the best the next day when the time came to clean it.
Today, there is a simpler, quicker solution to this problem. Sprinkle Baking Soda on the dampened surface of the burned, scorched area. Let the dish sit for at least 15-20 minutes and then using a regular dish cloth or gentle scrubbie, clean the area. You may have to repeat the steps, but you will find that this is an amazing way to restore the beauty of the pot or pan you might have previously written off as headed for the trash. Forget boiling, scraping, scrubbing, countless hours of soaking, or just throwing away this problem, use baking soda. It's silky, smooth powder not only removes the burned on food but leaves your dish, unscratched and shiny like new.
It's not just for baking and keeping your frig fresh anymore, it has a ton of great ways to be utilized all over your kitchen : ) Are you using Baking Soda for something other than cooking? Do you have a great tip to share using this product? Feel free to leave a comment and share your tip of the day : )
I hope you you find this Tuesday Tip helpful : )
I could go on and on each week about a different use for Baking Soda in your home, but as there are hundreds of ways to use this product, I will move on to something else next week for my weekly Tuesday Tip.
Have a Great Thanksgiving!