I know one would fit in my fridge.
It doesn't necessarily have to be put in the fridge. Some people would prefer not to have warm soda.
Put baking soda in the refrigerator to eliminate odors.
you can unplug the refrigerator and let it air out for a couple of hours. you also could put a box of backing soda. the Baking soda should absorb the smell
to neutralize odors and keep foods fresh. :D
Seal it in a container and put it in the refrigerator.
club soda usually has bubbles no matter what you put in there. but when you put the raisins in the club soda, the raisins will dance around because the club soda has carbon. which makes the raisins float or as you say dance.
add CO2 spray in a cup and cold water, than mix it with normal water with baking soda, this will stop the baking soda to composing itself. Or just put both baking soda and water than put it in a very cold area like the freezer of a refrigerator.
No. There is no need to put honey in a refrigerator.
I put the rest of food into glass container and put this container to refrigerator. But I do not keep this food for a long time.
To keep the drink cool if you can not finish it. However soda (or soft drinks) are carbonated, and will therefore become flat in time if the cap is not put on. You may be thinking about sodium bicarbonate (bicarb soda). An open packet of sodium bicarbonate is kept in the fridge to keep odours away.
Baking powder needs to be stored in a dry place. An airtight container will suffice. It does not need refrigeration.Sodium bicarbonate can reducesodors which is why some people keep an open box of it in the refrigerator.
Open the refrigerator, put the giraffe in, close the refrigerator.
To dissolve flour you put HOT water and baking soda and leave it for about an hour and a half
sprinkle soda inside and place them in a plastic bag and put them in a refrigerator for 1-2 hours
Try using baking soda. It absorbs bad odors. Also, make sure to wash all the shelves and walls down where you find the smell. put an open box of baking soda in there
Assuming that it has been cleaned. Put in a open container of baking soda this should absorb most of the smells. I( have found believe it or not , Crumpled news print (newspaper) collects odor in a refrigerator. Never heard of it not working.
but you just put the water in the refrigerator
Yes, you can put a can in the refrigerator, although it is not suggested you put it in the freezer or the carbon-monoxide will escape, on top of the actual can expanding and WILL explode
When you put an apple in a cup of sprite soda , the soda starts to fizz.
you have to stay inside. get a soda bottle. put vinegar in. put baking soda in. before you put the baking soda in tape a camera to it. :)
My personal rule is, never put anything hot in a refrigerator. Let is cool first.