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7 Ways To Use Baking Soda For Car Care

posted in Automobile
12/31/2014
  • 5. Carpeting: rub some baking soda into car carpeting. Allow to dry, then brush off or vacuum off. Baking soda will also help to absorb pet, baby and smoke odors.
    6. Floor Mats: use a baking soda solution to clean car mats. For extra tough spots, try sprinkling soda onto a soft bristled brush and scrub, rinse and dry.
    7. Ashtrays: for those who still utilize ash trays in their cars, eliminate odors by pouring a 1/2 inch of baking soda into tray. Let that sit for several minutes and then rinse and dry.

  • 5. Carpeting: rub some baking soda into car carpeting. Allow to dry, then brush off or vacuum off. Baking soda will also help to absorb pet, baby and smoke odors.
    6. Floor Mats: use a baking soda solution to clean car mats. For extra tough spots, try sprinkling soda onto a soft bristled brush and scrub, rinse and dry.
    7. Ashtrays: for those who still utilize ash trays in their cars, eliminate odors by pouring a 1/2 inch of baking soda into tray. Let that sit for several minutes and then rinse and dry.

  • 5. Carpeting: rub some baking soda into car carpeting. Allow to dry, then brush off or vacuum off. Baking soda will also help to absorb pet, baby and smoke odors.
    6. Floor Mats: use a baking soda solution to clean car mats. For extra tough spots, try sprinkling soda onto a soft bristled brush and scrub, rinse and dry.
    7. Ashtrays: for those who still utilize ash trays in their cars, eliminate odors by pouring a 1/2 inch of baking soda into tray. Let that sit for several minutes and then rinse and dry.

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