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    Sodium Bicarbonate - 20% OFF Sodium Bicarbonate when purchased with Epsom salts/20% OFF Citric Acid when purchased with Sodium Bicarbonate

    Sodium Bicarbonate also known as Bicarbonate of Soda is one of the key ingredients in making bath bombs.  Often used in household cleaning too.

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    INCI Sodium Bicarbonate
    Manufacturer TATA Chemicals
    OK for vegetarians/vegans Yes
    Use it in Bath Bombs, Household cleaning, Face masks

    Sodium Bicarbonate is also known as Bicarbonate of Soda.  For most of our customers it's the other key ingredient for making bath bombs. The chemical reaction between water, sodium bicarbonate and the citric acid produces the fizz and bubbles when a finished bath bomb hits the water.  It's all to do with the science!


    • a very fine powder to give your bath bombs a smooth finish
    • it acts as a water softener in the bath and is often used with Epsom Salts for this reason
    • ideal as a major ingredient in solid bubble bars
    • packed in 1kg and 25kg quantities with great bulk discounts available

     Recommended for

    • making bath bombs - use Sodium Bicarbonate with Citric Acid in the ratio of 3 parts Sodium Bicarbonate to 1 part Citric Acid as the base to creating your bath bombs.  This ratio can be changed to your own specification but it we would recommend that it always needs to be at least 1:1.
    • household cleaning -  it's great for removing tea stains from cups and cleaning out the fridge
    • perfect for rust removal

    Don't forget

    • don't confuse it with Baking Powder which is a mixture of ingredients
    • it is often referred to as Bicarbonate of Soda
    • to store it in a cool, dry place and avoid humidity

    Did you know..

    • Sodium Bicarbonate was used to clean the Statue of Liberty
    Sodium Bicarbonate

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