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Even if you pull the hair out of your hairbrushes and combs, they should still get a little rinse off every so often to get rid of any lingering debris and residue left behind from your hair products. Give them an overnight soak in warm water and baking soda (seriously, what can’t baking soda do?) to have them feeling brand new.
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Absorb any lingering odors with a weekly sprinkle of baking soda at the bottom, but a wipe down every once in a while wouldn’t hurt either to get rid of any spillage or stickiness left behind from dinner’s past. Plus: You’ve believed these 14 cleaning myths for way too long.
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Your shower curtain attracts all kinds of yucky mildew and more from being in a moist environment like a steamy shower, so it’s best to give it a good wipe down with baking soda or a turn in the washer every once in a while. Learn how to make your own cleaning solution with simple ingredients.