Use Soda to Clean Stains, Grout and Even Your Car
Use your favorite soft drink to help clean around the house.
Besides a refreshing beverage, find out the other beneficial uses for soda.
Your favorite soft drink is the answer to some of your cleaning woes. Many sodas have citric acid, which makes it a handy tool for a variety of home maintenance and cleaning tasks.
- old toothbrush
- microfiber cloths
Get rid of bug splatter on your windshield the easy way.
Pour soda onto the windshield and let it sit for a few minutes to desolve the bug splatter. Then wipe it off.
Buff out the windshield with a clean, dry microfiber cloth.
Soda can remove the "fog" from car headlights.
Apply soda to your microfiber cloth.
Use the soda-soaked microfiber cloth to buff out the film on the headlight.
The headlights are clear and you're ready to hit the road.
Pour soda onto grimy grout.
Use an old toothbrush to scrub the grout.
Wipe the tile and grout clean with a microfiber cloth.
Pre-soak tough stains with soda.
Gently rub clothing with a microfiber towel to help loosen the stain. Wash and dry as normal.