Uses for Club Soda

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You can use club soda that has lost it's fizz to water your plants!

By Robin

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club soda contains salt and may damage delicate plants.

Seltzer has no salt and is okay to use.

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Lemon Mint Window Wash

For the shiniest windows ever!

Ingredients:

Juice from one fresh Lemon

2 Cups water or Club Soda

1/2 teaspoon Peppermint essential oil

1 teaspooon Cornstarch

Mix all ingredients and pour into a plastic spray bottle. Shake

before using.

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I was just watching a tv show late last night and it said to make really fluffy pancakes, substitute all the liquids with club soda! This is great for those who are lactose intolerant. I'm sure you could substitute club soda in other recipes as well. I'd advise you to research this a little more to make sure you do it correctly. Tell us how it turns out =)

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I use straight club soda in a spray bottle to clean windows, glass and mirrors. Works great!

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