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Laundry Booster
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Add 1/2 cup Baking Soda or less (depending on your washing machine recommendations) to your laundry for a cleaning and odor control boost.

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Cleaning with Baking Soda
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Keep Baking Soda under your kitchen sink to scrub your glass coffee pot, kitchen sink, counters or for grease splatters.

Sprinkle some Baking Soda on a sponge or damp cloth and use to clean the inside walls of your refrigerator and dishwasher door.  It will clean and deodorize at the same time.

Baked on food in your sauce pan or electric fry pan?   Add a little Soda and water to the pan, heat until hot, turn off the burner and let it sit until it cools.  Food removes easily.

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Absorbent Cotton Towels
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Another good reason to use vinegar instead of fabric softener!!  I recently read that to keep your cotton towels fluffier and help retain absorbency, don't use fabric softener or dryer sheets.  These items will make the surface softer to the touch, but will inhibit the cotton's natural water wicking ability.  Pretty amazing, huh!

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