Baking Soda: Over 500 Fabulous, Fun, and Frugal Uses You'Ve Probably Never Thought of

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Book Peddlers, Nov 25, 2003 - House & Home - 120 pages
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Baking soda gets its due in this fun collection gathered by Vicki Lansky and her readers over more than twenty years. From making an omelette extra fluffy or deodorizing those musty household smells, to improving flossing and mouth freshness or washing clay flower pots without leaving residue, the book offers hundreds of tips for making the most of this environmentally friendly and inexpensive product.

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A Godsend!

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This book is a godsend! I wish I would have known about it years ago. You will save hundreds on cleaning products by switching to baking soda. Tips in the book for cooking pots n pan cleaning kitchen ... Read full review

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I don’t think a person could remember all these tips; thus, it might be useful for one to own this book, if one wanted to maximize usage of baking soda.



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