Hi, come on in......glad you stopped by! Just wanted to share this with you. A relative of ours who is an "all natural" kind of person, keeps this by her sink. I wasn't sure at first what it was, but found out later that she keeps baking soda in a pretty little dish by her stainless steel sink in the kitchen. After dishes are done, you just sprinkle a scoop around each sink and especially the sink with the garbage disposal, rub all around the sink and rise. It really cleans and shines your sink and eliminates all those "yukky" odors coming from the disposal and no scratches to your sinks.
Also comes in handy for those little kitchen fires that pop up once in a while :( (just sprinkle a couple scoops onto the flame and out it goes). The only thing, please tell the family and guests that this is NOT Coffee Creamer (I don't think it would hurt you but may not taste very well!:( You can also make a cute little label and stick on the front or use a washable black magic marker). I will do this.
You also can use baking soda on a sponge to clean your glass stove tops....I have done this and it works great. I also use it to wipe off my granite counters, stainless steel appliances. And did I say inexpensive?? Yes!
Any kind of pretty containers would do, use your imagination, i.e., pretty Mason jars, crystal dessert dishes, or anything else you can think of.
Let me know what you come up with. I would love to hear from you.