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Read More about Use Tea Bags In Shoes To Remove Bad Odors
I don’t have crazy stinky feet or anything, but having nice fresh smelling shoes is oh so nice! I’m always in the market for something that will make my world smell a bit better so I decided to try this new method for deodorizing shoes.
It turns out tea bags are a great solution for a simple homemade shoe deodorizer without having go wash the shoes. The best part about using tea bags to deodorize your shoes is that you can pick any flavor, or should I say scent, of tea bag that you want. Apple spice, peppermint, or lavender scented shoes anyone? I say, yes please!
I figured I’d test out this new shoe deodorizing remedy with a few bags of mint tea since I’ve always got a few boxes of that laying around and, hey, minty shoes sound/smell pretty good to me!
Read More about How To Make Scented Homemade Deodorant Powder With Essential Oils
I’ve tried a couple homemade deodorant powders here on The Homemade Experiment. I’ve tried just using Arrowroot Powder as Deodorant which actually works well. I’ve tried a combination of Arrowroot Powder and Baking Soda Deodorant Powder which works really well.
For this recipe I’m taking it one step further and adding in some essential oils. We’re going beyond works well with this one into the realm of smells good too!
I’m not an essential oil expert, but I do know that depending on what essential oils you add you can get benefits ranging from wonderful scents to anti-microbial effects which can help cut down on the stink! So depending on what essential oils you use you can make the perfect deodorant powder with this recipe.
Without further ado, here’s how to make homemade deodorant powder with baking soda, arrowroot powder, and essential oils.
Read More about Homemade Shoe Deodorizer Sachets
I recently did a post on how to make your own homemade shoe deodorizer powder which works great. But there are some shoes that I wouldn’t ever want to dump a load of powder into, and I’m sure you probably do too.
So to solve that problem, I came up with my own solution for homemade shoe deodorizers which doesn’t require you to pour powder into you shoes to get those unpleasant smells out. Instead the end result is a tidy little bundle that works just as well and looks a lot nicer than a pile of powder too, and you can make them in whatever fabric you like.