Baking soda is useful for almost everything. Our grandparents used it for cooking and much more, but with the invention of newer technology and cleaning supplies, as well as new utensils for almost every aspect of our lives, the useful properties of baking soda have gotten lost in the fog. Rediscovering the practical and interesting uses for the always accessible baking soda, however, may be your saving grace the next time you need a quick fix.
Brushing with baking soda has been done for decades, and with good reason. The slightly grainy and abrasive quality of baking soda makes it great for scrubbing away stubborn plaque and stains. Baking soda is also a weak base, meaning it can react to acids and neutralize them. Since plaque is an acidic substance, baking soda neutralizes and gently removes it without harming the sensitive enamel in your teeth.
This site offers information designed for educational purposes only. The information on this Website is not intended to be comprehensive, nor does it constitute advice or our recommendation in any way. We attempt to ensure that the content is current and accurate but we do not guarantee its currency and accuracy. You should carry out your own research and/or seek your own advice before acting or relying on any of the information on this Website.