We buy and use different household items for a purpose and we continue doing it throughout our life without knowing their other uses. These domestic items can serve a variety of purposes other than those were brought for, for sure. The same goes for the two most common and ordinary items used in our laundry and kitchen on daily bases. These are bleaching powder and baking soda, the first one from our laundries, and the later from the kitchens.
In this article, we aren’t going to discuss what other magics these both items can perform but we’ll let you know how these two household items could keep our home clean and mildew and mold-free. Why did I need to write these few lines for you? Because I was on the verge of losing my sanity while dealing with floor cleaning chores and every time, I had to purchase expensive and really toxic harsh chemicals and put lots of effort to tackle tough stains and molds buildup.
It’s right that there are various chemicals easily available at home improvement stores and online but they are very expensive and I had to dedicate a huge budget for them. The second most important issue was their harmful effects we had to face and I can’t allow anything harming my children and myself. So, it was very necessary to keep all those toxic chemicals out of my home.
Let’s have a deeper insight and make us know what really bleach and baking soda are and what miracles can they perform to improve our home environment.
In our daily routines, our clothing gets messy and blotted. Whether you’re cooking something and the oil splashed out making a huge fleck on your shirt, a spoon of spicy chicken spaghetti made its way directly to your lap, or a fragment of grease ruined your brand new shirt, bleach is the only substance which takes those stubborn stains out of your clothes.
The bleach comes in two forms, dilute solution and powder. Both are used for disinfection and stain removal purposes. Mostly household water-based bleaches contain chlorine and sodium hypochlorite and these agents are great at killing germs and removing stains and molds without producing harmful fumes.
The bleaching powder consists of calcium hypochlorite, a powerful oxidizing agent, widely used both domestically and industrially for sanitation purposes. It’s however, recommended to use sodium hypochlorite bleach because chlorine exhales toxic fumes.… Read more