The Miracle Worker

Wednesday, August 01, 2007
By Abbey Khan
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You can spot the Arm & Hammer Baking Soda box a mile away, but do you know all the amazing things you can do with it? Well, here’s your chance to find out.

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Wash Your Veggies. Baking soda is a safe way to clean dirt and residue off fresh fruit and vegetables. Just sprinkle a little on wet produce, then gently scrub and rinse.

Deodorize your drains by pouring baking soda while running warm tap water.

Clean your grill. Grill grime is no picnic…so get ready for your next barbecue by sprinkling dry baking soda on a damp brush, scrub and rinse clean. For tough, greasy stains, scrub with a wire brush and a baking soda paste (3 parts baking soda to 1 part warm water).

Improve your pool’s clarity. The 12 lb. waterproof resealable pouch will help you balance your pool’s pH to keep the water sparkling clean.

Eliminate sneaker odor. Just shake baking soda into sneakers and shake out before putting on.

Deodorize Musty Towels. Fun in the sun can leave towels smelling a lot like chlorine. Get pool towels clothesline fresh with Arm & Hammer Essentials Liquid Laundry Detergent @ the very first mainstream green detergent. Essentials uses less packaging and is more concentrated, which means it is more sensible for the environment. With 100 percent plant-based soaps and added baking soda, Essentials detergent is the best way to green your laundry without sacrificing cleaning power!

Clean Your Patio. Get ready for your outdoor oasis. Before you pull out your outdoor patio and pool furniture for the season, give it a thorough cleaning with Arm & Hammer Baking Soda. And don’t forget to keep outdoor furniture fresh in the off-season too… just sprinkle underneath cushions or inside the storage bag.

Get more great tips at ArmandHammer.com.


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