Baking Soda Cleaning Solution

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  • When cleaning contact lenses, the first step is often to apply a few drops of cleaning solution to the surface and rub gently for about 20 seconds. The solution and the rubbing work together to loosen any debris, which is then rinsed off with saline solution. The next step? Disinfection and storage.
    baking soda
  • bicarbonate of soda: a white soluble compound (NaHCO3) used in effervescent drinks and in baking powders and as an antacid
  • Sodium bicarbonate used in cooking, for cleaning, or in toothpaste
  • Sodium bicarbonate or sodium hydrogen carbonate is the chemical compound with the formula NaHCO3. Sodium bicarbonate is a white solid that is crystalline but often appears as a fine powder. It has a slightly salty, alkaline taste resembling that of washing soda (sodium carbonate).
  • Chemically called sodium bicarbonate. It is white powder used to raise the total alkalinity of pool or spa water without having much affect on pH.
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Arm & Hammer Baking Soda: Over 100 Helpful Household Hints
Arm & Hammer Baking Soda: Over 100 Helpful Household Hints
Arm & Hammer Baking Soda: Over 100 Helpful Household Hints is a handy reference guide that offers more than 100 ways to use baking soda throughout the home and yard. Whether in the kitchen, the laundry room, or the garage, you'll be amazed at what baking soda can do. The book is divided into 10 sections to make it easy to find the household hint you need:
Clean and Fresh Kitchens suggests solutions for tackling grease and eliminating odors in the kitchen.
Baking Soda Throughout the House offers tips on cleaning walls and washing windows.
Beautifying Your Bathroom features a recipe for a basic bathroom cleaning, plus ways to tidy up the toilet, bathtub, and sink with Arm & Hammer Baking Soda.
Care for Clothing covers the ways baking soda can help in the laundry room, such as pretreating stains and boosting detergents.
Health and Beauty with Baking Soda gives tips on soaking tired feet and freshening teeth.
Dogs, Cats, and Other Critters provides suggestions for cleaning up accidents and bathing pets.
Baby Care features ways clean and deodorize all things baby, including accidents, toys, and bottles.
Baking Soda for Kids Big and Small offers Arm & Hammer uses during kid play, from clay projects to jewelry making.
Cooking offers recipe substitutions and food preparation tips.
Outdoors and the Open Road suggests ways to test garden soil, clean lawn furniture, and deodorize sleeping bags.
Arm & Hammer Baking Soda: Over 100 Helpful Household Hints has a thick, coated cover that stands up to spills and heavy use. A durable spiral binding allows the book to lie flat when open, making it easier to follow each helpful hint or recipe.

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Twisted Goodness
Twisted Goodness
One of the things I miss from back East is a Philly soft pretzel. You can't get them here - and those freezer ones are awful. So, in desperation, I found a recipe and made my own. Dang if they don't taste just like the ones I got from Bernie's Pretzels back home! Mmmmmmmmmm, goodness! Soft Pretzels INGREDIENTS: 3/4 cup warm water 1/2 tablespoon yeast 2 tablespoons brown sugar 1 1/2 cup bread flour (add more if needed) Pretzel Salt (or Kosher or Coarse Sea Salt) to taste DIPPING SOLUTION (use large saucepan): 1/4 cup baking soda 2 1/2 cups hot water EGG WASH 1 egg beaten with 2 tablespoons water In a KitchenAid mixing bowl with dough hook attachment, mix warm water and brown sugar. Sprinkle yeast on top and let rest for 5 minutes. Add flour and mix well until dough pulls away from the sides of the pan and it retains a ball shape. You may have to add a little extra flour until it balls up. Let rise in warm place until doubled, at least 20-30 minutes. While dough is rising: line baking sheet with parchment paper and lightly brush with vegetable oil. Prepare egg wash and dipping solution. Set aside. Preheat oven to 450 degrees. On slightly oiled, clean work surface, (I actually opted for a floured surface because the dough is sticky) divide dough and shape into long ‘ropes’ and shape into pretzels or other shape. (This recipe makes 5-6 pretzels.) Let them rest for 5 minutes. Prepare dipping solution in large saucepan and turn burner to medium to keep solution hot. Put shaped dough into prepared dipping solution for about 30 seconds. Remove with a flat turner spatula and place on prepared cookie sheet. Re-shape if necessary. Brush with egg wash & sprinkle with pretzel salt (salt is optional). I used Kosher salt. Coarse sea salt would work, too. Bake for 5-8 minutes or until golden brown. Enjoy!
13/5/11 Perfect Liver of Sulphur Patina (At Last!!!) TADA365 No: 249
13/5/11 Perfect Liver of Sulphur Patina (At Last!!!) TADA365 No: 249
After a slight battle with Liver of Sulphur to achieve the perfect patina, here are the pendant and earrings, all three with the same beautiful deep black patina. I am going to write down my successful method for using LoS gel. 1) VERY IMPORTANT - wear a face mask and work in a well-ventilated area. 2) IMPORTANT - the metal to be LoS-ed must be scrupulously clean before it is dipped into the solution, be it gel or lumps of LoS. I tumbled them, scrubbed them with a brass brush and Cif then a liquid soap and tooth brush and then rinsed them several times. They were super-clean :-) 2) Get your 'station' ready - tub for LoS, water to rinse, solution of baking soda (if you want), tweezers and kitchen roll. I made the gel solution quite strong as my previous 'experiments' had shown me the stronger the better. 3) Pick up the piece and dip it into the solution. Dip it in for a couple of seconds then straight into the water then you can see how the patina is developing. Keep on repeating until you have the colour that you want. 4) Leave the pieces to dry naturally, then rinse them in running water, gently rubbing them with your fingers. Pat the pieces dry and then do whatever you are going to do with them - a green scourer, a satin finish brush, fine sandpaper etc: These steps worked for me so I thought I would share them :-) Now they just need finishing off - I can't wait until they're finished.

baking soda cleaning solution
baking soda cleaning solution
Amazing Uses for Household Products, 5-Book Library: Aluminum Foil, Baking Soda, Lemon Juice, Salt, Vinegar
Save time and money with this indispensable series of Amazing Uses for Household Products books. The five books—Aluminum Foil, Baking Soda, Lemon Juice, Salt, and Vinegar—include hundreds of remarkable and practical new uses for everyday products found in your kitchen. "Home economics" takes on new meaning as you use inexpensive, basic items that you probably already have instead of buying costly specialized products.

Each book is organized into chapters that make it easy for you to find solutions for most household needs. Categories include Maintenance and Projects; Home Remedies and Beauty Tips; Cooking, Baking and Washing Up; Creative Touches and Family Fun; and Pets. From cleaning alternatives to beauty tips to gardening suggestions, discover extraordinary ideas that will save you time and money. Each 32-page book presents about 150 tips, including these:
Use vinegar to reduce static cling.
Use baking soda to remove crayon marks from walls.
Use lemon juice as a defense against ants.
Use salt to wash dishes.
Use aluminum foil in your garden to ward off pests.

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