“Use baking soda to clean anything!” or “Baking soda can transform your home!”. How many times have you heard this? Yes, most likely many times. But here’s the thing: baking soda isn’t actually safe to use on all surfaces in your house.
While it may seem like this kitchen staple is the perfect natural cleanser, you may be surprised to know that it can actually damage certain surfaces. Baking soda’s main ingredient, sodium bicarbonate, is the reason it has been used for centuries across the world as a natural cleaning agent.
What most people tend to overlook is the fact that baking soda may cause unwanted chemical reactions, eventually damaging certain materials.
So, before you begin polishing your new vintage kitchen utensils or scrubbing that ceramic stove top, you’ll want to know which surfaces you should avoid cleaning with baking soda!
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