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Amazon has Arm & Hammer Baking Soda, 80 Ounce (5lbs) for $3.41 when you checkout via "Subscribe & Save". Shipping is free.


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I buy the 15lb bag from Sams for $7.74.
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Can you go to the dentist and report back
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Armchair expert here. It does help some, there was even a study done by NASA using baking soda on the International Space Station. I'm sure you know more than NASA and the worlds scientist and all, but according to them it actually does work even in zero G.
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I buy the 15lb bag from Sams for $7.74.
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Chemist here. I would love to understand how Arm and Hammer fooled everyone into thinking baking soda absorbs odors.
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Chemist here. I would love to understand how Arm and Hammer fooled everyone into thinking baking soda absorbs odors.
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I buy the 15lb bag from Sams for $7.74.
This ^^^
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It does but you need to apply it to a large surface area like on a plate. Most people just pop open the tab and think 🤔 oh that's perfect.
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Chemist here. I would love to understand how Arm and Hammer fooled everyone into thinking baking soda absorbs odors.
Please do enlighten us.
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Sure, here:

https://www.cooksillustrated.com/...r-absorber [cooksillustrated.com]

Just use google next time.
What do you recommend using?
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What do you recommend using?
What about the charcoal bags?
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Baking soda is one of the best ways to clean your teeth without using toxic chemicals, I have been using baking soda exclusively to brush my teeth for about 30 years now and haven't been to a dentist in over 25 years so I am convinced it's the best way to keep your teeth clean and healthy. I also rinse with hydrogen peroxide which helps too.
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Keep containers sealed and clean up spills.
My basement has neither of those. You can't say not to use something when you don't have a recommendation for something else.
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Baking soda is one of the best ways to clean your teeth without using toxic chemicals, I have been using baking soda exclusively to brush my teeth for about 30 years now and haven't been to a dentist in over 25 years so I am convinced it's the best way to keep your teeth clean and healthy. I also rinse with hydrogen peroxide which helps too.
Can you go to the dentist and report back
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