In my ongoing saga to find the best shoe odor eliminators, this week I tried making my own homemade activated charcoal shoe deodorizers.
Charcoal has long been used as an absorber of nastiness from being used in medicine to treat various types of poisoning (more on that here in a dense medical research paper), filtering filtering water and alcohol, as well as dozens of other uses.
There are a few different ways you can make a simple homemade all purpose cleaner. The biggest difference between them is what you choose as your primary cleaning ingredient. There are all sorts of All purpose cleaner recipes out there that use everything from Borax to castle soap. However I find that more often than not a simple vinegar and water solution is more than up to the task! It seems like there are almost endless uses for vinegar around the home. Here's how to use vinegar to make a handy dandy diy all purpose cleaner! This all purpose cleaner works great for tackling all sorts of jobs from kitchen cleaning, to bathrooms, and pet messes.
I have a particularly large need for a good homemade pet cleaning spray as we have two sickly long haired cats. Both of our cats suffer from what multiple vets say is a virus that will never go away. The result of this is that both cat sneeze mucousy globs all over our house. Combine that with their love of licking and creating the largest hairballs they can possibly make, our need for a good homemade pet stain and odor spray is great and constant.
I got tired of buying expensive natural cleaning spray from the fancy pet store so I decided to make up a bottle of my own homemade pet cleanup spray to see if I could find a replacement that worked just as well without the cost. …
Homemade Shoe Deodorizer Recipes To Fight Foot Stink!
It's summertime and the foot stink epidemic is running rampant. To help you fight those horrible smells here is a list of homemade smelly shoe deodorizer remedies to help you destroy shoe odor and keep your feet smelling fresh! …
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 natural shoe deodorizer recipes 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!