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5 pounds of baking soda. Previous frontpage deal: $3.41.

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Do people use this in a laundry or is it just to keep it in a jar in the refrigerator?
I haven't seen much difference in washing when using it in laundry, but I haven't paid too much attention to it either to critically evaluate.
I used baking soda a lot to clean, actually prefer it more over bar cleaner. It's abrasive enough to scrub but not scratch so it's great for shining up the pots and pans. I also use it to clean my bathroom, baking soda with toliet cleaner and shine up all the faucets.

For laundry I use white vinegar in the rinse cycle, noticed my clothes don't come out crunchy and my whites actually became white. I read somewhere that the white vinegar helps soften hard water so it washes the clothes better.
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2 tbs sprinkled on the bottom of your cat litter pan before you put your cat litter in the pan helps keep down the smell if you have a cat.
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I used baking soda a lot to clean, actually prefer it more over bar cleaner. It's abrasive enough to scrub but not scratch so it's great for shining up the pots and pans. I also use it to clean my bathroom, baking soda with toliet cleaner and shine up all the faucets.

For laundry I use white vinegar in the rinse cycle, noticed my clothes don't come out crunchy and my whites actually became white. I read somewhere that the white vinegar helps soften hard water so it washes the clothes better.
Thanks...I haven't used it as a cleaner for bathroom and faucets but will try over the weekend.

Vinegar with baking soda is actually a good mix to clean showerhead jet openings. I have used baking soda to smelly clean shoes in the past
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I'd say they are either bakers, have cats, or a thriving crack lab lol.

Once I saw some sketchy dude buying nothing but baking soda at the grocery at midnight. No joke. I was laughing inside, then saddened for the state of society, then a little frightened because I realized I was on the outskirts of gangland and it was quite possibly a crack dealer. I almost snapped a photo but I decided I'd rather make it home to my hot fiance' than have a social media gem so I have no proof, but it happened, lol.
Never knew that baking soda made crack
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15 lbs on the way
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Baking soda
Warm vinegar
Salt

In your drains will kill the moldy smell you get from them

Only use i find for baking soda lol
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Never knew that baking soda made crack
Yep. They somehow process cocaine with it, and out comes crack. I saw it on a documentary about drug dealers once.

It's all really tragic when the shock comedy wears off.
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Can these be resealed by way of a zip mechanism?
Cool friend,
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What's the best container to get maximum surface area exposure when using to deodorize the fridge/freezer? I figure an open jar wouldn't be ideal since only the top is exposed.
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Do people use this in a laundry or is it just to keep it in a jar in the refrigerator?
I haven't seen much difference in washing when using it in laundry, but I haven't paid too much attention to it either to critically evaluate.
I use it for laundry, my garbage disposal and cleaning. I buy the small boxes for the fridges.
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you could clean all you neighbors car batteries with this.
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Can these be resealed by way of a zip mechanism?
technically yes, but it sucks. i much prefer the bigger bags sold at sam's/costco
the bag is thicker and zip mechanism stronger/easier.
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mmmmm. Bacon Soda.
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What's the best container to get maximum surface area exposure when using to deodorize the fridge/freezer? I figure an open jar wouldn't be ideal since only the top is exposed.
A plate?
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