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I know everyone has each their own with baking soda, but I always add a "protein scoop" amount into each laundry load in addition to detergent and fabric softener, and it eliminates all odors. I struggled for a long time with eliminating wet towel smell on some old gym stuff and this was the only thing that worked.
And before people suggest putting this in your muffins to fight off covid-19, this package has explicit suggestion to not use it for baking Roll Eyes (Sarcastic) "as the granularity is designed for cleaning and deodarizing". I have a feeling that this is not packaged with "food grade" facilities.

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I know everyone has each their own with baking soda, but I always add a "protein scoop" amount into each laundry load in addition to detergent and fabric softener, and it eliminates all odors. I struggled for a long time with eliminating wet towel smell on some old gym stuff and this was the only thing that worked.
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I know everyone has each their own with baking soda, but I always add a "protein scoop" amount into each laundry load in addition to detergent and fabric softener, and it eliminates all odors. I struggled for a long time with eliminating wet towel smell on some old gym stuff and this was the only thing that worked.
so baking soda for each load?
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so baking soda for each load?
Yes. I won't do laundry without it anymore. Even on the grossest laundry it just cuts all the smell away 100%.
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Interesting about using it for Laundry. I will have to give this a try! I use mine for Pool for alkalinity and PH booster. Makes the water feel softer as well
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I know everyone has each their own with baking soda, but I always add a "protein scoop" amount into each laundry load in addition to detergent and fabric softener, and it eliminates all odors. I struggled for a long time with eliminating wet towel smell on some old gym stuff and this was the only thing that worked.
yeah I do the same as well. also mix this with dish detergent
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I know everyone has each their own with baking soda, but I always add a "protein scoop" amount into each laundry load in addition to detergent and fabric softener, and it eliminates all odors. I struggled for a long time with eliminating wet towel smell on some old gym stuff and this was the only thing that worked.
Do you add the baking soda directly in the tub or in the bleach dispenser before starting the load?
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I do a scoop of baking soda, a scoop of borax, and half the detergent that you're supposed to put. Been workin for me
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I know everyone has each their own with baking soda, but I always add a "protein scoop" amount into each laundry load in addition to detergent and fabric softener, and it eliminates all odors. I struggled for a long time with eliminating wet towel smell on some old gym stuff and this was the only thing that worked.
Is your washer a High Efficiency washer? mine gets temperamental with too much (he) detergent in the pods
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Has anyone tried refilling the "fridge n freezer" packs?
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Interesting about using it for Laundry. I will have to give this a try! I use mine for Pool for alkalinity and PH booster. Makes the water feel softer as well
I started using it as toothpaste. Breath smells neutral instead of toothpaste. But sometimes I'll use a normal toothpaste for fluoride.

I once tried to soften on diced pot roast. It worked very well but it tasted gross. I used too much and let it soak too long, 10minutes.
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And before people suggest putting this in your muffins to fight off covid-19, this package has explicit suggestion to not use it for baking Roll Eyes (Sarcastic) "as the granularity is designed for cleaning and deodarizing". I have a feeling that this is not packaged with "food grade" facilities.
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If you are happy with Walmart brand, their individual boxes are still cheaper than this regularly. Great Value Baking Soda, 16 oz at $0.46/ea (may show as a few cents more online.)

$2.30 vs. $3.13 for 5 lbs
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Has anyone tried refilling the "fridge n freezer" packs?
Yes that's what did with this... 😄
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