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Homemade Scent killer

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Hello all, I remember reading a post a while back on how to make your own homemade Scent Killer/scent free stuff but I cannot find it when I search. Can someone help me out our, either give me a recipe or the link? Thanks smile.gif

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I dont know about a recipe but it seems to me that all scent killer is, is baking soda an water, an thats the function of baking soda is to absorb oders, ya put it in thefridge, freezer, cupboards, ect. I've taken an empty spay bottle of scent killer and filled it with water and added 3-4 table spoons of baking soda, mixed it well an got the same taste and it smells the same which is nothing an it dry the same, that white blotchy looking appearence youd get if you sprayed S-K on a hard surface an let it dry. I dont know, it appears to do the same as S-K, but who knows, I could be way off. Boar

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Thanks that was the one smile.gif

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