Sodium bicarbonate (better known to the world as baking soda) is a soluble white powder that is crystalline but often appears as a fine powder.
If this chemical gets into a worker’s eyes, it can cause mild to moderate irritation. Chemical safety goggles should be worn and an area to wash eyes and skin should be located in the work area
Sodium bicarbonate should be stored in a tightly closed container and placed in a cool, dry, well-ventilated area. Keep away from acids, excessive heat and moisture.
Sodium bicarbonate is relatively safe compared to other chemicals, as with any chemical, all unnecessary exposure should be avoided. (Eye Contact, Skin Contact, Inhalation, Ingestion)
1) Scour kitchen surfaces
About each messy spot in your kitchen can benefit from a baking soda treatment. Join it with water to clean ledges, stainless steel sinks, microwaves, extend hoods and cooking utensils.
2) Deep clean oily dishes and skillet
Hot water splash, slightly abrasive baking soda, a scour wipe and some elbow oil is all you have to break up stuck-on grease.
3) Freshen up smelly upholstery
Exile smells from the delicate, cushy places around your home by sprinkling surfaces with baking soda, wiat for 15 minutes, then vacuuming it up.
4) Expel mildew from bathrooms
Clean your tub, tile, and sink with a damp sponge and baking soda. Wash to uncover glimmering surfaces.
5) Drain De-clog
Clear a tenacious drain by pouring a 1/2 measure of baking soda, trailed by a 1/2 measure of vinegar. Cover with a wet cloth. Hold up five minutes, then flush with hot water.
6) Get rid of garbage can odors
Place some baking soda in the base of your can to battle junk stink.
7) Scour an untidy grill
Battle a late spring of barbecue grime by sprinkling some baking soda on your grill-cleaning brush before you scrub away.