Make lava using a tub of baking soda and colored vinegar dropped from a medicine dispenser or eye dropper. by dee
dee
dee Make lava using a tub of baking soda and colored vinegar dropped from a medicine dispenser or eye dropper.
Stuff for the home
Pan of baking soda, vinegar, and a dropper=big fun by coleen
coleen
coleen Pan of baking soda, vinegar, and a dropper=big fun
DIY Fun
Pan of baking soda, vinegar, and a dropper=big fun by Maiden11976
Maiden11976
Maiden11976 Pan of baking soda, vinegar, and a dropper=big fun
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Quick boredom buster!  Colored vinegar & baking soda! by diane.smith
diane.smith
diane.smith Quick boredom buster! Colored vinegar & baking soda!
Crafts
colored vinegar + a sheet pan of baking soda = fun! by coleen
coleen
coleen colored vinegar + a sheet pan of baking soda = fun!
DIY Fun
Making bubbles with colored vinegar and baking soda. by young
young
young Making bubbles with colored vinegar and baking soda.
foodie fun
drop colored vinegar onto baking soda by april
april
april drop colored vinegar onto baking soda
Activities for the Boy
Colored Vinegar & Baking Soda Experiment for Kids -- the kids will love this one! by beverley
beverley
beverley Colored Vinegar & Baking Soda Experiment for Kids -- the kids will love this one!
Homeschool
Clean your oven using only vinegar and baking soda. by judy mccurley
judy mccurley
judy mccurley Clean your oven using only vinegar and baking soda.
crafts
How to make new wood look old with baking soda and vinegar by Tambricar
Tambricar
Tambricar How to make new wood look old with baking soda and vinegar
Crafty
Clean your oven using only vinegar and baking soda. Makes oven look new...inside:) by judith
judith
judith Clean your oven using only vinegar and baking soda. Makes oven look new...inside:)
scrub a dub dub
Clean your oven using only vinegar and baking soda. Makes oven look new...inside:) by marla
marla
marla Clean your oven using only vinegar and baking soda. Makes oven look new...inside:)
Other
Green ways to clean your home using the basics like,salt, baking soda, vinegar, lemon juice, etc. by Rose of Sharon
Rose of Sharon
Rose of Sharon Green ways to clean your home using the basics like,salt, baking soda, vinegar, lemon juice, etc.
DIY and inspirations
make your own watercolors with baking soda, cornstarch, vinegar, corn syrup, and food coloring. by Priscy
Priscy
Priscy make your own watercolors with baking soda, cornstarch, vinegar, corn syrup, and food coloring.
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Make your own paint. Vinegar, grated chalk, baking soda, corn flour by donnakorm
donnakorm
donnakorm Make your own paint. Vinegar, grated chalk, baking soda, corn flour
crafts
Make Watercolor Paints - baking soda, vinegar, light corn syrup, corn starch, and food coloring. It will be ready to use in a couple of by dorothea
dorothea
dorothea Make Watercolor Paints - baking soda, vinegar, light corn syrup, corn starch, and food coloring. It will be ready to use in a couple of
fun with food
Ever notice that sometimes all it takes is a fun activity to change your kid's mood?  Try this post for baking soda and colored vinegar -- by hattie
hattie
hattie Ever notice that sometimes all it takes is a fun activity to change your kid's mood? Try this post for baking soda and colored vinegar --
Homeschool
Do your little ones love the baking soda and vinegar trick?  Why not make them glow?  Glowing volcanic eruptions- fun Science for kids by rene
rene
rene Do your little ones love the baking soda and vinegar trick? Why not make them glow? Glowing volcanic eruptions- fun Science for kids
Dressing my Boys
Volcano Beach Fun! Build up sand around a bottle to form the volcano.  Pour water into the bottle. Squeeze red food coloring into the water.  Measure out 2 tablespoons of baking soda and pouring it into the bottle.   pour in white vinegar, and watch the lava explode!! by april
april
april Volcano Beach Fun! Build up sand around a bottle to form the volcano. Pour water into the bottle. Squeeze red food coloring into the water. Measure out 2 tablespoons of baking soda and pouring it into the bottle. pour in white vinegar, and watch the lava explode!!
Activities for the Boy
Homemade Lemon Citrus Produce Wash-  ■8-10 ounces purified water  ■1 cup vinegar  ■juice from 1 lemon  ■1-2 Tbsp baking soda  ■grapefruit by MyshIan Khanam
MyshIan Khanam
MyshIan Khanam Homemade Lemon Citrus Produce Wash- ■8-10 ounces purified water ■1 cup vinegar ■juice from 1 lemon ■1-2 Tbsp baking soda ■grapefruit
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How To Clean Burnt Pans

 1 cup of vinegar
2 tablespoons of baking soda
1 cup of water (give or take depending on the size of your pan)
A burnt stainless steel pan that was left empty and unattended on a heated hot plate. oops!.
A scourer

1. Fill the bottom of the pan with a layer of water.
2. Add the vinegar.
3. Bring the pan to the boil. It should be looking a bit cleaner already.
4. Remove the pan from the heat and add the baking soda. Expect fizz!
5. Empty the pan and scour as normal, if necessary add an extra bit of dry baking soda.
6. If there are any super stubborn marks that don't come off with scouring, make a paste of baking soda and a couple of drops of water. Leave the paste on the marks for a while and return to clean as normal.
7. Tad-ah! Now you can put your feet up and enjoy the many hours you saved yourself standing over the sink. by Colorado.Mary.S
Colorado.Mary.S
Colorado.Mary.S How To Clean Burnt Pans 1 cup of vinegar 2 tablespoons of baking soda 1 cup of water (give or take depending on the size of your pan) A burnt stainless steel pan that was left empty and unattended on a heated hot plate. oops!. A scourer 1. Fill the bottom of the pan with a layer of water. 2. Add the vinegar. 3. Bring the pan to the boil. It should be looking a bit cleaner already. 4. Remove the pan from the heat and add the baking soda. Expect fizz! 5. Empty the pan and scour as normal, if necessary add an extra bit of dry baking soda. 6. If there are any super stubborn marks that don't come off with scouring, make a paste of baking soda and a couple of drops of water. Leave the paste on the marks for a while and return to clean as normal. 7. Tad-ah! Now you can put your feet up and enjoy the many hours you saved yourself standing over the sink.
Kitchen Tips
How to get white nails -- make a paste using 1 tbsp peroxide and 2 1/4 tbsp baking soda. Let this paste sit on your nails for 5 minutes and by elba
elba
elba How to get white nails -- make a paste using 1 tbsp peroxide and 2 1/4 tbsp baking soda. Let this paste sit on your nails for 5 minutes and
Odds and Ends
Pretty neat! How to get white nails -- make a paste using 1 tbsp peroxide and 2 1/4 tbsp baking soda. Let this paste sit on your nails for by AislingH
AislingH
AislingH Pretty neat! How to get white nails -- make a paste using 1 tbsp peroxide and 2 1/4 tbsp baking soda. Let this paste sit on your nails for
Beauty Tips
Homemade Drain Cleaner and Declogger from Food.com:   								For those of you who hate poison-type drain cleaners, use white vinegar and baking soda. This will clean and unclog a drain. Also drops of white vinegar in your pet's water will keep away fleas and ticks! by kathleen
kathleen
kathleen Homemade Drain Cleaner and Declogger from Food.com: For those of you who hate poison-type drain cleaners, use white vinegar and baking soda. This will clean and unclog a drain. Also drops of white vinegar in your pet's water will keep away fleas and ticks!
Hair -n Beauty
DIY ~ Make Your Own Watercolor Paint.  With a few basic ingredients—baking soda, corn syrup, cornstarch, vinegar, and food coloring — whipping up homemade watercolors takes just a few minutes. They will dry and set in a couple of days, but can be used in their liquid state immediately. by sexygrandma
sexygrandma
sexygrandma DIY ~ Make Your Own Watercolor Paint. With a few basic ingredients—baking soda, corn syrup, cornstarch, vinegar, and food coloring — whipping up homemade watercolors takes just a few minutes. They will dry and set in a couple of days, but can be used in their liquid state immediately.
school Ashley
How to get white nails after so much nail polish -- make a paste using 1 tbsp peroxide and 2 1/4 tbsp baking soda. Let this paste sit on your nails for 5 minutes and voila! White nails!  REMEMBER THIS AFTER USING Dark NAIL POLISH!  thank you!! by msaifullah9
msaifullah9
msaifullah9 How to get white nails after so much nail polish -- make a paste using 1 tbsp peroxide and 2 1/4 tbsp baking soda. Let this paste sit on your nails for 5 minutes and voila! White nails! REMEMBER THIS AFTER USING Dark NAIL POLISH! thank you!!
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How to get white nails after so much nail polish -- make a paste using 1 tbsp peroxide and 2 1/4 tbsp baking soda. Let this paste sit on your nails for 5 minutes and voila! White nails! REMEMBER THIS AFTER USING Dark NAIL POLISH! by Zemberry
Zemberry
Zemberry How to get white nails after so much nail polish -- make a paste using 1 tbsp peroxide and 2 1/4 tbsp baking soda. Let this paste sit on your nails for 5 minutes and voila! White nails! REMEMBER THIS AFTER USING Dark NAIL POLISH!
Smart
How to get white nails after so much nail polish -- make a paste using 1 tbsp peroxide and 2 1/4 tbsp baking soda. Let this paste sit on your nails for 5 minutes and voila! White nails!  REMEMBER THIS AFTER USING Dark NAIL POLISH!  thank you!! by elba
elba
elba How to get white nails after so much nail polish -- make a paste using 1 tbsp peroxide and 2 1/4 tbsp baking soda. Let this paste sit on your nails for 5 minutes and voila! White nails! REMEMBER THIS AFTER USING Dark NAIL POLISH! thank you!!
Odds and Ends
How to get white nails after so much nail polish -- make a paste using 1 tbsp peroxide and 2 1/4 tbsp baking soda. Let this paste sit on your nails for 5 minutes and voila! White nails!  REMEMBER THIS AFTER USING Dark NAIL POLISH!  thank you!! by elba
elba
elba How to get white nails after so much nail polish -- make a paste using 1 tbsp peroxide and 2 1/4 tbsp baking soda. Let this paste sit on your nails for 5 minutes and voila! White nails! REMEMBER THIS AFTER USING Dark NAIL POLISH! thank you!!
Odds and Ends
How to get white nails after so much nail polish -- make a paste using 1 tbsp peroxide and 2 1/4 tbsp baking soda. Let this paste sit on your nails for 5 minutes and voila! White nails!  REMEMBER THIS AFTER USING DARK NAIL POLISH! by elba
elba
elba How to get white nails after so much nail polish -- make a paste using 1 tbsp peroxide and 2 1/4 tbsp baking soda. Let this paste sit on your nails for 5 minutes and voila! White nails! REMEMBER THIS AFTER USING DARK NAIL POLISH!
Odds and Ends
Invest in some pure essential oils from the health food store –    Next, disinfect and deodorize your washing machine so that your clothes will not absorb a lingering musty smell. You can do this pretty easily by pouring two cups of vinegar into your machine, and run a full cycle — without any clothes or detergent. If your water is very dirty, let the agitator run for 8-10 minutes, open the lid and let the vinegar sit overnight. In the morning, empty the basin and run the washer through a complete cycle with two cups of vinegar. Do this every six months to eliminate soap scum, and musty smells.  Basic soaps: Stock your laundry room with Borax, Epsom Salts, distilled white vinegar (not apple cider vinegar), and for tough stains, plain, unscented Tide Detergent and Oxy Clean. If you have a high efficiency washer, skip the Borax and buy only the unscented HE deterge rent powder. Borax creates too much “suds,” the major failure of HE washers.  Scent your laundry: Open your jug of distilled white vinegar, and drop in 30-40 drops of your favorite essential oil. French laundry mistresses have used lavender for centuries. Let the oils permeate the vinegar for about a week before using.  Open your box of Borax, (or HE detergent if you have an HE washer) and pour the powder into a clean empty container with a lid. (An empty oxy-clean bucket will work.) Drop 20-30- drops of essential oils into the Borax, and stir thoroughly to mix the scents. Cover and let the scents mix for about a week before using.  Basic laundry soap: If you have a regular top loading washer (one that doesn’t require HE soap), for each load, add ½ of the amount of detergent you usually use, combined with the other half of Borax. If I’m washing whites, I’ll also add a ½ cup of oxy clean. (Vinegar is a natural disinfectant and deodorizer.)  Add 1/2 cup of scented vinegar to each load along with the detergent. It fights germs, keeps your colors from bleeding, and deodorizers your laundry.  Use your scented vinegar in place of your fabric softener in the Rinse Cycle to eliminate static cling, remove pet hair and complete dissolve and rinse away soap.  To get REALLY white whites – -try this. Fill your washing machine with hot water and one or two cups of oxy clean. Add your laundry and let the machine agitate. Then, lift the lid and let the laundry soak in the oxy clean water overnight. In the morning, let the wash run itself through.  Buy some doggie toys at the grocery store — the kind with balls and pokey things, for about $1.00. Use those as dryer balls (that sell for about $20). They do help lift the laundry and help things dry faster — I also throw one in the washer.  Ring around the color: Make a paste with 2 parts white vinegar to 3 parts baking soda, and let set for 20-30 minutes.  Picked up a plastic-coated wire and made a new clothesline. Sleeping on a pillow line-dried in fresh air is as warm and cozy as a chocolate chip cookie. If you haven’t indulged in this little luxury lately, I think it’s time you tried it again – if your local authorities will allow it. by wendi
wendi
wendi Invest in some pure essential oils from the health food store – Next, disinfect and deodorize your washing machine so that your clothes will not absorb a lingering musty smell. You can do this pretty easily by pouring two cups of vinegar into your machine, and run a full cycle — without any clothes or detergent. If your water is very dirty, let the agitator run for 8-10 minutes, open the lid and let the vinegar sit overnight. In the morning, empty the basin and run the washer through a complete cycle with two cups of vinegar. Do this every six months to eliminate soap scum, and musty smells. Basic soaps: Stock your laundry room with Borax, Epsom Salts, distilled white vinegar (not apple cider vinegar), and for tough stains, plain, unscented Tide Detergent and Oxy Clean. If you have a high efficiency washer, skip the Borax and buy only the unscented HE deterge rent powder. Borax creates too much “suds,” the major failure of HE washers. Scent your laundry: Open your jug of distilled white vinegar, and drop in 30-40 drops of your favorite essential oil. French laundry mistresses have used lavender for centuries. Let the oils permeate the vinegar for about a week before using. Open your box of Borax, (or HE detergent if you have an HE washer) and pour the powder into a clean empty container with a lid. (An empty oxy-clean bucket will work.) Drop 20-30- drops of essential oils into the Borax, and stir thoroughly to mix the scents. Cover and let the scents mix for about a week before using. Basic laundry soap: If you have a regular top loading washer (one that doesn’t require HE soap), for each load, add ½ of the amount of detergent you usually use, combined with the other half of Borax. If I’m washing whites, I’ll also add a ½ cup of oxy clean. (Vinegar is a natural disinfectant and deodorizer.) Add 1/2 cup of scented vinegar to each load along with the detergent. It fights germs, keeps your colors from bleeding, and deodorizers your laundry. Use your scented vinegar in place of your fabric softener in the Rinse Cycle to eliminate static cling, remove pet hair and complete dissolve and rinse away soap. To get REALLY white whites – -try this. Fill your washing machine with hot water and one or two cups of oxy clean. Add your laundry and let the machine agitate. Then, lift the lid and let the laundry soak in the oxy clean water overnight. In the morning, let the wash run itself through. Buy some doggie toys at the grocery store — the kind with balls and pokey things, for about $1.00. Use those as dryer balls (that sell for about $20). They do help lift the laundry and help things dry faster — I also throw one in the washer. Ring around the color: Make a paste with 2 parts white vinegar to 3 parts baking soda, and let set for 20-30 minutes. Picked up a plastic-coated wire and made a new clothesline. Sleeping on a pillow line-dried in fresh air is as warm and cozy as a chocolate chip cookie. If you haven’t indulged in this little luxury lately, I think it’s time you tried it again – if your local authorities will allow it.
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