Baking Soda is an excellent abrasive cleaner for mixing with any liquid to clean surfaces. Meanwhile, Microfiber clothes are used for multi-purpose as they do not steak behind or lint behind. The mixture of baking soda and microfiber clothes makes the cleaning way more eco-friendly than ever.

Cleaning with Baking Soda and Microfiber Clothes

Baking soda, the powdery substance, and the odor-absorber work well with microfiber clothes. To clean with baking soda and Microfiber clothes, you have to follow the following steps:

  • Prepare the surface or any electric equipment by removing the loose debris and dust.
  • Now, make a baking soda mixture only with water.
  • Apply or dip the microfiber cloth to the baking soda mixture to apply on the surface or any equipment.
  • Start with a gentle rub and circular motion method onto the surface.
  • After that, use the microfiber cloth to scrub the surfaces.
  • After you are done with scrubbing, rinse the surface with a damp microfiber cloth to remove any remaining baking soda residue.
  • Dry the surface for a streak or lint-free finish.

Tips to Clean While using Baking Soda and Microfiber Clothes

Using the microfiber cloth to scrub out the baking soda mixture on tubs, toilets, sinks, and other floors allows you to remove stubborn residue easily. Still, here are some tips for you while cleaning with baking soda and microfiber clothes:

  • Adding a Few Drops of Vinegar or Lemon Juice

In the baking soda mixture (baking soda + water, usually), you can add a few drops of vinegar as well as lemon juice to make the surface more clean and odor-free.

  • Avoid Using Vinegar on Stone-like Surfaces

It is preferable to avoid using vinegar on surfaces like marble, or granite. 

  • Start Cleaning on Small Area First

Before you apply the entire baking soda mixture on a microfiber cloth to clean any surface, begin with a small area. It is important to ensure the mixture does not cause any damage to the surface.


Be it any electric products or other types of flooring, baking soda, and microfiber clothes do great together. Microfiber clothes do not always require detergent or soda to clean anything. Mostly, they require cold water or warm water. 

However, using a small amount of baking soda may turn the table at an unexpected moment if you are suffering from heavy residue and unwanted spots.

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