Baking Soda for multiple purpose. Baking soda is mildly alkaline (weakly alkaline), therefore it's perfect for everyday easy home cleaning and body care. Since it has a soft abrasive effect, it could be used for cleaning utensils. Baking soda can also be applied to remove acid-derived odors (such as kitchen garbage and shoebox odors). In addition to cleaning purpose, you can also use the Baking soda as a bathing powder. How to use: For Body Care Put 30g of Baking soda in bathtub water (about 180-200L), stir well to dissolve, and take a bath. For Body Wash Mix 5-10g of Baking soda with soap (soap type) (adjust soda amount according to your preference) and lather. Wash your whole body like massaging gently and slowly. Please be sure to use the bodywash as soap type. Care for elbows and heels Make elbows and heels soaking it in lukewarm water in the bathtub first sot that skin around elbows and heels become softened. After soaking, take an appropriate amount of Baking soda and gently rub the elbows and heels. Avoid abnormal parts and be careful not to scrub too much. For Kitchen Cleaning Sprinkle directly on dirt in the gas range, ventilation fan, sink, and polish, or polish with a tea spoonful of baking soda on the sponge soaked in water, and rinse. Do not use a hard sponge. It may cause scratches. Scrubbing Charred Pan Add about 70 % water into the charred pan. After boiling, add 1/2 cup of baking soda very gently and leave it right away. The next day, wash the softened charred part and drop it with a softened scrubber. Do not use a hard sponge, otherwise pan becomes scratched. Be careful upon adding baking soda into the hot water, as baking soda foams when you add into hot water. Deodorizing of Refrigerator, Cupboard, Shoe box Put about 1 cup in an empty bottle without a lid, stir occasionally and replace every 2 months. After 2 months, it can be reused for cleaning.