Dri-Pak Bicarbonate of Soda

£1.89

(2 customer reviews)

‘Clean and Natural’ Bicarbonate of Soda is a traditional, non-toxic cleaning product, renowned for its deodorising and mild abrasive properties.

9 in stock

SKU: CLE0053BS

Description

Dri-Pak Bicarbonate of Soda A gentle deodoriser and multi-purpose cleaner

‘Clean and Natural’ Bicarbonate of Soda is a traditional, non-toxic cleaning product, renowned for its deodorising and mild abrasive properties. Bicarbonate of Soda should not to be confused with baking soda. Although they are very similar, Bicarbonate of Soda does not have the raising agents required for baking!

Using Bicarbonate of Soda around the home

Bicarbonate of Soda

Bicarbonate of Soda is extremely versatile and has many useful properties. It can be used for a myriad of household tasks.

Try it as a mild abrasive or scouring agent on shiny materials, as it can clean without scratching. It is suitable for use on aluminium, chrome, jewellery, plastic, porcelain, silver, stainless steel and tin.

Bicarbonate of Soda is an excellent deodoriser and it can be used in the refrigerator, on carpets, upholstery, vinyl, bins and drains.

Top Tips

1. Pour some bicarb into a lady’s tight and tie off. ‘Hide’ in a convenient location to help keep odours at bay. Also ideal for wardrobes and drawers to stop clothes smelling musty.

2. Open a box of bicarb and leave in the fridge. Once the deodorising effect is wearing off, pour them down the kitchen sink to help keep the drain clean & fresh.

3. It’s a mild alkali so it’s effective in neutralising bee stings*.

*In contrast to bee stings, wasp stings are alkaline and therefore should be treated with White Vinegar and NOT Bicarbonate of Soda. If the sting is stuck in the skin, wipe it in the opposite direction with the edge of a credit card to avoid squeezing more of the venom from the sac into the skin.

Download our handy A4 poster ‘Top 5 uses for Bicarb

Size: 500g

Additional information

Weight 533 g

2 reviews for Dri-Pak Bicarbonate of Soda

  1. Georgina Ricketts (verified owner)

    Another cupboard must have for me, when in doubt-get the bi-carb out! Brilliant for anything a bit smelly! (Also great to clean the mattress with!)

  2. Lucy Blinko (verified owner)

    I use bicarb mixed with citric acid and essential oils to make ‘toilet bombs’ to keep the loo sparkling clean. It’s also great for using with vinegar to keep the plug hole clear and flowing. So many other uses too – great product.

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