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Floor Grease Cutter Cleaner

on October 4, 2012

Directions:

  1. 1
    .Place all the ingredients into a bucket and mix well until sudsy.
  2. 2
    Mop the area with the solution.
  3. 3
    Not recommended for waxed floors–it may make the wax gunky.
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2 responses to “Floor Grease Cutter Cleaner

  1. Kat Ruelle says:

     what is washing soda?  thanks kat

  2. momofrlhk says:

    Washing soda, which is also known as laundry soda, soda crystals, or sal soda, is a common ingredient in many homemade cleaning products recipes, and also is commonly used as a laundry booster.
    it is not the same thing as baking soda, which is a common misconception. However, both washing and baking soda are related, since baking soda’s scientific name is sodium bicarbonate, and soda crystals scientific name is sodium carbonate. This means they are similar, but not identical chemical compounds.

    In fact, both washing and baking soda are naturally occuring substances found together in trona, which is the substance mined to get both types of soda we generally use here in the United States today.
    Please note that because of laundry soda’s high alkalinity it can cause skin irritation, so wear rubber gloves while cleaning with any solution containing it, and also rinse the area throughly if it gets in contact with your skin.

    Washing Soda – Where To Buy It?

    Now that you understand the multiple uses of laundry soda for cleaning your home and your laundry, and know that it is a natural and powerful cleaning agent, you may be wondering what stores sell washing soda?

    It is not very expensive, but unfortunately laundry soda can be difficult to find in many stores.

    When stores do carry it it will generally be found in the laundry aisle, under the name of Arm & Hammer Super Washing Soda. I have not seen a generic version available.

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