ARM & HAMMER(TM) baking soda from Smiley 360!

Hey everyone!

I’d like to take a minute and share one of my new favorite websites with you. It’s called Smiley360 (http://h5.sml360.com/-/emmm). If you’re a member of the Influenster nation, you will love Smiley360.

Smiley360 is very similar to Influenster. You start by creating a free account. Next, you will start receiving surveys on your dashboard. Answer the questions honestly and see if you become qualified for an upcoming mission 🙂

In October I qualified for another Smiley360 mission. The mission consisted of testing 5-Hour Energy Drinks. Sadly, I could not finish the mission. I was recently diagnosed with a mitral valve disorder and given medication for the heart palpitations, so I have to stay away from energy drinks and anything that might contain high amounts of caffeine.

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The current mission I’m working on is for ARM & HAMMER(TM) baking soda. The kit I received include a brand new box of baking soda, a tips and recipes guide, and a baking soda shaker (which is awesome btw).

I’ve always been a fan of baking soda — especially Arm & Hammer’s. It’s an inexpensive and must have product for my family and I.

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When you hear the words “baking soda,” you might automatically think of baking. Baking soda isn’t just for baking though! I personally love using baking soda for cleaning — it’s perfect for cleaning sinks, microwaves, refrigerators, carpet stains, and much more!I almost always have a box of Arm & Hammer baking soda in my refrigerator to help with deodorizing (it never fails!).

For years I was looking for a way to clean my glass electric cook top. I really hate having an electric stove. The burner is either too hot or not hot enough. Having to mess with the dial often leads to food boiling over. If you have an electric stove with a glass cook top, here’s a quick cleaning tip for you. Sprinkle a small amount of Arm & Hammer baking soda around each burner (or anywhere you have stains). Add a small amount of white vinegar to the baking soda and let it sit for a minute or two. Now, get a sponge and scrub, scrub, scrub. The stains should come right off! I don’t recommend using a very abrasive sponge. You can scratch the glass, so be careful. Small circular motions work best.

If you enjoy testing the newest products, writing reviews, and having fun . . . come check out Smiley360! I look forward to testing and reviewing more products very soon 🙂

Enjoy!
// Karissa <3

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