March 22, 2016
Cleaning Products, Courtesy of Your Pantry
Every month I share a post on BHG.com as an @Home contributor. This month I’m talking about cleaning products you can make with ingredients you have on hand in your pantry or kitchen. Looking for quick and easy cleaning concoctions to whip up anytime? You’ll love this post! You can see all my @Home posts here.
Wendy Johnston Says
I live in Canada and having a hard time finding Arm & Hammer washing soda here.
Hello. I’m in BC. Depending on where you are, I’ve bought it at Costco, Thrifty’s and Save On Foods. And I’m fairly certain I’ve seen it at Superstore (and Shoppers Drug Mart which are now the same company) and Canadian Tire.
Wendy. I reread your comment. baking soda – the stuff you put in cookies and muffins. not washing soda. Different stuff. Try London Drugs too. Hope this helps.
Someone else suggested writing to arm and hammer they sent them a list of where you can get it
To Wendy: It must depend on where you live. I am in Montreal, Quebec and I can order it at will. Maybe try “Sobeys” they might suggest a few stores where you can find Arm and &
Edna Springs Says
To Wendy Johnston, try http://www.Amazon.com for the baking soda, or search engine on goggle or yahoo, etc. Baking soda is inexpensive and works great with distill vinegar which is inexpensive too. I use both in my laundry for all color wash, it cleans and take body smells, sour, and mold smell out of your sheets, towels and whatever else you want to smell fresh and clean. I use one cup of vinegar with one cup of baking soda, I even use it with bleach in my whites, no matter what I’m washing I always put my favorite laundry detergent in too. Vinegar has many uses, not only for cooking and marinating with.