The number of baking soda uses is truly amazing. There’s so much that this little, seemingly bland, white powder can do! One of my favorite ways to use sodium bicarbonate (the chemical name of baking soda) is for cleaning!
Today, I’m sharing our top 17 ways of cleaning with baking soda in the kitchen!
There is actually a ton more baking soda uses for kitchen cleaning. The seventeen that I chose to include contain some of the more unusual uses that you may not see posted as often, plus a few ‘oldies but goodies’.
My goal for this post was to find some less expensive, easier ways of cleaning kitchen items with baking soda, which will keep you from discarding these items in the trash or given up on seeing them clean ever again. I hope they help you as much as they have helped me!
A few of these tutorials use baking soda in conjunction with a few other common ingredients as well, such as water, vinegar, hydrogen peroxide, and dish soap. It is likely that most homes will have all these items in stock. If not…they are worthy ‘pantry items’ to add to your next shopping list. Whatever you do…don’t forget the baking soda!
Top 17 Baking Soda Uses for Kitchen Cleaning
So, here we go! First, we’re going to start with all the fun kitchen appliances that we use every day and need cleaning often! Then we’ll move on to fun things like grout, towels, and more!
Kitchen appliances that can be cleaned with baking soda
In researching all these other great ways to use baking soda for a super-clean kitchen, I found this little gem, and I LOVE it! We all know baking soda makes a good deodorizer for the fridge, but this takes it to a whole other, amped up level!
Kitchen items that can be cleaned with baking soda
Beside the big kitchen appliances and items, lots of little, everyday kitchen items can be cleaned, santizied, and deordized with baking soda too! The baking soda uses for cleaning are pretty endless!
I hope you enjoy all of the above baking soda uses for cleaning the kitchen as much as I enjoyed researching and testing them out for myself! Plus, think of the money you’ll save! Baking soda is so inexpensive, readily available, and non-toxic!
That’s it for this post, friends – happy cleaning and happy saving!
If you enjoyed this post, and love easy cleaning tutorials and hacks, check out my cleaning ebook Speed Clean the Deep Clean which has more than 50 cleaning tutorials and tips for your entire home! And be sure to check out some of my other popular kitchen cleaning tips and tutorials:
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- How to remove bad fridge odor and smells like a professional
- How to deep clean acrylic globe faucet sink handles
- How to clean stainless steel pizza pans
- How to successfully clean your microwave with vinegar and lemon
- How to clean your dishwasher
- How to remove scratches from your dishes
- How to clean copper bottom pots