Vinegar and baking soda are heavyweights in the world of natural cleaning. But is one more effective than the other? Should you clean with baking sodaand vinegar? Or are you better off choosing one over the other?
You'll get some great answers with this nifty infographic from Bright Nest. This visual guide takes a look at how each natural detergent performs in six different categories: the environment, health and safety, disinfecting, stain removal, smell, and "patriotism."
Which natural detergent comes out on top? Well, that would depend on its intended use. For instance, vinegar is potent at fighting mold while baking soda is great at fighting wine and coffee stains. The former is a better disinfectant but the latter is a phenomenal deodorizer.
Take a look below to decide if you should clean with baking soda, vinegar or both:
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