You may already know that baking soda has many properties that make it an amazing cleaner, including the fact that it absorbs odors and is just slightly abrasive, so it can scrub delicate surfaces without scratching them. Plus, it's inexpensive and probably already in your home, making it a good candidate for impromptu cleaning sessions when the mood strikes or you find yourself with a few minutes.
We already ran a list of 10 things you can clean with baking soda. Here are 10 more things.
1. Plastic storage containers
If your usual deep-clean isn't budging the tomato stains in your plastic storage containers, try a gentle scrub with baking soda.
Steal our trick: The Best Way to Get Stains Out of Plastic Containers
2. The freezer
Use baking soda and hot water to gently scrub the inside of your freezer.
Read more: How To Clean the Freezer
3. Your slow cooker
Baking soda helps dislodge caked-on food inside your slow cooker.
4. The cooler
Before you stash your cooler for the winter, give the inside a scrub with dish soap and baking soda.
See the steps: How To Clean Your Cooler
5. Backsplash grout
Scrub away dirt and grime in your backsplash grout with baking soda.
See our tutorial: How To Clean Dirty Backsplash Grout
6. A French press
If your french press has built-up coffee stains, try scrubbing them out with baking soda.
Read more: How To Clean a French Press
7. A stand mixer
Baby your cutest appliance with a cleanser made with baking soda.
See our tutorial: How To Clean a Stand Mixer
8. Silicone bakeware
Remove caked-on stains from flexible bakeware with the power of baking soda.
9. Greasy kitchen surfaces
Countertops, stovetops, and more can be degreased with a DIY cleanser that incorporates baking soda.
Get the steps: How To Make a Natural Kitchen Degreaser
10. Scuffed ceramic plates
If your dinnerware has marks from forks and knives, try rubbing them out with baking soda.
Is there anything you've used baking soda to clean that we haven't talked about? Share it in the comments below.