For doorknobs and switches you care about! How to make sodium sesquicarbonate water
|Raw materials||Sodium sesquicarbonate|
|Tool||Rag, kitchen paper|
|1.||Sodium sesquicarbonate is put in water and dissolved to make sodium sesquicarbonate water.|
|2.||Soak a cloth or rag in sodium sesquicarbonate water and wipe the area you want to clean.|
|3.||For areas that are dirty, attach a cloth or kitchen paper soaked in sodium sesquicarbonate water, leave it for a while, and then wipe it off.|
|4.||Wipe with water to finish.|
Along with baking soda and citric acid, "Sesquicarbonate soda" is a representative of natural cleaning. In addition to having a strong ability to remove oil stains and sebum stains, it is more soluble in water than baking soda, and when made into a solution, it is useful for cleaning various places including the kitchen. I will introduce how to make it and how to use it.
How to make sodium sesquicarbonate water
material・ Sodium sesquicarbonate (a little less than 1/2 teaspoon)
・ Water (about 200cc)
procedure1. 1. Sodium sesquicarbonate is put in water and dissolved to make sodium sesquicarbonate water.
2. Soak a cloth or rag in sodium sesquicarbonate water and wipe the area you want to clean.
3. 3. For areas that are dirty, attach a cloth or kitchen paper soaked in sodium sesquicarbonate water, leave it for a while, and then wipe it off.
Four. Wipe with water to finish.
Suitable places for cleaning sodium sesquicarbonate water are stoves, ventilation fans, ovens, microwave ovens, doorknobs, and around switches. It can also be used to clean wallpaper that can be wiped with water. Since it is difficult to remove stubborn stains, it is effective to apply a damp kitchen paper and let it blend in with the stains, or in the case of a microwave oven, use steam to soak the stains and then wipe them off.
Sodium sesquicarbonate water that can clean everywhere in the house and is also useful for deodorizing cloth products and trash cans. Sodium sesquicarbonate can also be bought at 100-yen shops, so why not give it a try?