How To: 14 Weirdly Useful (And Non-Drinkable) Uses for Soda Pop

14 Weirdly Useful (And Non-Drinkable) Uses for Soda Pop

If you just gave up drinking soda and you don't know what to do with the six-pack of Coke gathering dust in your garage, then this article is perfect for you. The acidity, sugar content and carbonated nature of most soda drinks are perfect for a number of surprisingly practical uses for DIY home projects, garden work, kitchen cleanup, car maintenance, cooking and more.

Love drinking soda and don't plan on stopping anytime soon? Knowing that your Coke, Dr. Pepper or generic supermarket root beer is perfect for unclogging kitchen sink drains, cleaning your dirty toilet bowl and removing rust from old nuts and bolts may make you reconsider chugging down this stuff on a frequent basis.

Got your own weirdly useful tips for soda? Share with us by commenting below!

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