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    17 Clever Ways To Clean Everything With Baking Soda

    *Sprinkles internet history with baking soda.*

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    1. You can clean all the gunk off your glass cooktop by mixing baking soda, soap, and hydrogen peroxide.

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    happymamatales.com

    Get your kitchen squeaky clean by following very simple instructions from Happy Mama Tales.

    2. Remove all the residue from your iron with a little baking soda and vinegar.

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    Make sure you don't leave any weird stains on your light-colored clothes and learn how to clean your iron here.

    3. Keep your silverware looking brand new by mixing baking soda and water.

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    The easiest way to polish your silverware before your next dinner party. Follow the complete instructions here.

    4. Get rid of accumulated grease on your kitchen cabinets by making a very simple baking soda scrub.

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    Wipe off weird residue from your cabinets by creating Think Hom's baking soda mix.

    5. Fix minor clogs and clean your sink with baking soda, vinegar, and hot water.

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    Make sure things go down smoothly by mixing these three simple ingredients. Find the complete tutorial here.

    6. Eliminate oven grossness with baking soda and soap.

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    cleanmama.net

    We don't realize how nasty our ovens are until we clean them. Thankfully, Clean Mama can help with that.

    7. Show your bathroom some love with baking soda, vinegar, and soap.

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    The bathroom where we clean ourselves should be as clean as we are, right? So get to cleaning and follow these instructions that'll leave everything sparkling.

    8. Cover your stainless steel sink with baking soda for a *super* deep cleaning.

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    For crazy grimy sinks, you might have to scrub the mixture into the sink surface with a toothbrush — the results will be worth the effort. More info here.

    9. If your stovetop is dirty AF, clean it with baking soda and hydrogen peroxide.

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    practicallyfunctional.com

    If this before-and-after photo doesn't give you some sort of satisfaction, I don't know what will. Try it yourself and find the instructions here.

    10. Make stubborn carpet stains disappear with vinegar and baking soda.

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    Read all about your new favorite carpet cleaner here.

    11. Revive cookware with some baking soda and hydrogen peroxide.

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    Check out how to get your pots and pans looking better by following Miss Information's simple instructions.

    12. Clean your hair brushes with hot water and baking soda.

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    Our hair brushes can get ~nasty~ after a while — make sure yours is fresh and clean by following these simple instructions.

    13. Take care of your stainless steel surfaces with water and baking soda.

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    Avoid harsh chemicals and go for this easy DIY version. Make sure the baking soda is dissolved in the water so it doesn't scratch, and use it with a soft cloth. You can find the complete instructions and how to use it here.

    14. Make your jewelry shine again using things you probably already have at home: baking soda, vinegar, salt, and water.

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    You basically need to create a jewelry hot tub of sorts. Pour everything into a pan and wait it out. Lear more about this cleaning method here.

    15. Make your slow cooker clean itself with a little help from our versatile friend, baking soda.

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    lifeshouldcostless.com

    All you need to add is baking soda, vinegar, and water to get things ~cooking~. You can follow the instructions here.

    16. Get rid of ~weird~ mattress odors by sprinkling baking soda on it.

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    Sprinkle it all over, vacuum it all up, and you're good to go. More information here.

    17. Soak your nails in hot water, baking soda, and peroxide to remove the stains nail polish remover leaves behind.

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    You won't have to deal with weird polish residue anymore thanks to Hairspray & Heels' easy and smart hack.

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