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Everyday Uses For Club Soda
Clean diamonds, rubies, sapphires, and emeralds.
Simply soak the gems in club soda.
Make fluffy pancakes, waffles, and matzah balls.
Substitute club soda for the liquid used in the recipes.
Make a poor man's lava lamp.
Fill a glass with club soda and drop in two raisins. The carbonation will cause the raisins to repeatedly bob to the surface and the sink again.
Clean grease stains from double-knit fabrics.
Pour on club soda and scrub gently.
Make inexpensive soft drinks. Add to fruit juice for a low-cost and healthy beverage.
Remove wine spills or other spots from carpet.
Apply club soda to the stain, rub it in, wait a few minutes, and sponge it off.
Clean and shine porcelain fixtures.
Pour club soda over the fixtures.
Clean chrome or stainless steel.
Use club soda in a spray bottle.
Water your plants.
Feed flat club soda to your house plants or outdoor plants. The minerals in club soda are beneficial to green plants.
Remove food stains from clothes.
Immediately blot up the spills on any washable fabric, sponge with club soda, then wash the item in the wash through a regular cycle.
Pour club soda directly on the counter, wipe with a soft cloth, then rinse with warm water, and wipe dry.
Relieve an upset stomach.
Drink club soda to soothe indigestion.
Remove grease from a car windshield.
Keep a bottle filled with club soda in the trunk of your car.
Loosen rusty nuts and bolts.
Pour club soda over them. The carbonation bubbles away rust.
Change blond hair dyed green by chlorine back to its original color.
Simply rinse your green hair with club soda.
Preserve newspaper clippings.
Dissolve one Milk of Magnesia® tablet in one quart club soda. Let the mixture stand overnight. The next day, stir the mixture well, then soak your clipping in the solution for one hour. Blot the newspaper clipping between two sheets of Bounty® and place on a screen to dry.
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