Here Are Seven Awesome Soda Life Tricks You Should Know

HouseholdHackerPublished: June 21, 201619,394 views
Published: June 21, 2016

Welcome to quick and simple life hacks, soda edition. We have got seven great tricks that won’t clog your arteries! So let’s crack those cans and get moving!

Gum can be huge pain to remove, especially if it has been squashed down to concrete or any other surface. No worries, soda comes to the rescue! Pour a healthy dose of soda over the gum stain, let it sit and simmer for a few minutes so it can work its magic! Then, simply scrape away!

Fresh flowers can really liven up your house or patio. The problem is, water alone won’t stay there long, so you need soda because it is the stuff that flowers crave. Next time you receive a nice flower bouquet, fill the vase with half part water and half part soda, the clear the soda the better. This way your flowers will stay fresh and alive for a longer period of time!

Here is one very creative use of soda! If your soda went flat don’t throw it away yet! Use the remaining soda to make flavored ice! Remember this trick and amaze your guests with a fine flavored water!

This one comes in very handy. If the power went off, remember to use an empty soda can to lit the room. Use the reflective aluminum from the inside of the soda to lighten the mood! Simply make several vertical cuts in the soda container and slowly pop out the sides so it narrows in size and press down the can. Place a candle inside and light it up! This is your DIY lantern, congratulations!

Last but not least, if you need to clean the toilet but there is too much dirt inside the shell that you don’t want to get near it, simply pour a nice amount of soda and close the lid. Now wait for about an hour. You can also light a candle and place it over the toilet lid, and maybe say a prayer to chase the stinky spirits away! The soda science will work its magic and flush those nasty stains down the toilet!

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