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Amazon has Arm & Hammer Baking Soda, 80 Ounce (5lbs) for $3.41----> Now $3.24 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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According to a fellow chemist with a PhD and a director/professor at a University, it does to an extent if exposed to a larger surface area.


https://www.mcgill.ca/oss/article...ors-fridge


But yes, we actually use it as a cleaning agent around the house more so than fridge odors.
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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?
Keep containers sealed and clean up spills.
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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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