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Baking soda: 10 ways to use it

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2 / Unclog the pipes

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Have you come back from vacation and the smell of sewage has invaded your home? Is your sink clogged? No problem! Once again, long live the baking soda! Pour 90 g of baking soda in the sinkhole, then 250 ml of white vinegar and possibly a touch of essential oil (so that it smells good). Then leave on for 10 minutes and rinse with water. Be careful if you have a double sink, plug the first to avoid rising, then repeat the operation on the second.

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