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Bicarbonate of Soda – also known as Baking Soda has a number of useful properties - It can neutralise acid, scrub shiny materials without scratching, deodorise, and extinguish grease fires. It can be used as a deodoriser in the refrigerator, on smelly carpets, on upholstery and on vinyl. It can help deodorise drains. It can clean and polish aluminium, chrome, jewellery, plastic, porcelain, silver, stainless steel and tin. It can soften fabrics and remove certain stains and also soften hard water.
Traditional yet incredibly effective, these domestic cleaning products make us wonder why we ever stopped using the good old-fashioned solutions. And, as with lots of classic products, they're really versatile too.
NaturalCollection.com product code: 17618
Shipping Weight: 534g
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Brandy asked this question on 7th Jun 2010
Q: i did some time ago got this product from a shop but cant think now where to get it my question is can i use it to nutrolise my cats tray as it sed on the last one thank you mrs Powell
A: Hi, we can't think of any reasons why this wouldn't be okay as bicarbonate of soda is widely used for this purpose, however, we recommend you check this through with your vet before going ahead. I hope this helps. Robyn.