In this post we will make ourselves a super easy diy baking soda fridge deodorizer. I have already made a diy charcoal fridge deodorizer and …
In my endless battle against bad smells, wherever they may be hiding, I decided to find a way to remove odors from my fridge by …
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. I’d seen some fancy pants charcoal shoe deodorizers for sale on Amazon from Moso Natural which look great. In the end I decided to make my own charcoal shoe deodorizers with some handy supplies I had laying around. These are a great shoe deodorizer option if you are looking for a diy shoe deodorizer without baking soda.
I don’t think anyone enjoys cleaning their toilet, I know I sure don’t. Hopefully, this diy toilet cleaning powder will make you feel a bit better about how you’re cleaning your toilet! No harsh chemicals just two simple ingredients and you’ll be ready to get your toilet sparkly clean in no time!
I like a good exfoliating body wash as much as the next guy. You can find a million different body washes and scrubs at the store. Unfortunately, a lot of these options are loaded with chemicals as well as tiny plastic microbeads that perform the task of exfoliation. I’m not super into washing chunks of plastic down the drain every time I hop in the shower. Ever since I found out those lovely bits of scrubbing’ stuff were actually plastic I have been on the look out for a good homemade body scrub alternative.
Since it seems like you can clean pretty much anything with baking soda. I decided I would put it to the test and making my very own homemade body scrub with baking soda and essential oils.