Amazing Uses for Baking Soda in your Corpus Christi RV!

When you’re traveling in your new or used Corpus Christi RV, you may run into some space issues. In order to prevent unnecessary clutter, we here at CCRV want to bring you tips on essential items that will aid you on your camping trips. One essential product that will help in several different ways is baking soda. Did you know that baking soda can have over 75 different uses? Who would have thought that one product could be so handy? Here are some fundamental ways you can utilize baking soda to your advantage.

  1. Relieve itching from insect bites and pain from sunburn by mixing with water and placing on affected area or by taking a baking soda bath. It can also relieve pain from bee stings and windburns, or it can draw out venom from jellyfish stings.
  2. If you have heartburn, take a teaspoon of baking soda and mix with one-half glass of water as a substitute for antacid.
  3. Keep cut flowers fresh for a longer time by adding a teaspoon of baking soda to the water in the vase.
  4. Place an open container of baking soda in the fridge to absorb odors.
  5. Have children that need to be entertained on a long ride? Turn baking soda into modeling clay by combining 2 cups with 1 ¼ cup water and 1 cup cornstarch.
  6. Wipe your new fifth wheel’s windshield with it to repel water.
  7. Add a cup to the toilet, leave for an hour, and then flush to clean and absorb odor.
  8. Use it to clean retainers and dentures.
  9. Sprinkle it on your pet’s comb or brush to deodorize fur and skin.
  10. Sprinkle it on barbecue grills and then rinse it off to clean.

These are only a few of more than 75 uses for baking soda. Now you know that baking soda can be an essential item in your Corpus Christi RV. It can be a pain reliever, cleaner, plus much more!

Do you know of any unique ways to use baking soda? What do you use baking soda for the most? 

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