Kitchen Remedies: Soy Sauce

Originated in China over 2,500 years ago and a staple in many Asian cuisines, soy sauce is a versatile condiment made from fermented soybeans, wheat, salt and water. Take a look at some of its uses apart from cooking
Wood Stain
Soy sauce can be used as a natural wood stain. Its dark color and consistency make it suitable for staining wood to give it a rich, antique look.
Rust Removal
The acidity in soy sauce can help remove rust from metal objects. By soaking rusty tools or utensils in soy sauce for a few hours, you can loosen the rust, making it easier to scrub away
Cleaning and Polishing
Soy sauce can be used to clean and polish metal surfaces. Applying a small amount of soy sauce to tarnished brass, copper, or stainless steel can help restore its shine.
DIY Hair Dye
Some people use soy sauce as a natural hair dye to darken their hair. By mixing soy sauce with conditioner and applying it to the hair, you can achieve a temporary darkening effect