Heloise Hints

Heloise Hints


Deodorizing Trash Can

posted by jkerr

heloise hints, camping tips, baking soda uses

* Sprinkle baking soda in the bottom of the can and also over the trash to help contain odors.
* When you remove the trash bag, clean the inside with hot, soapy water and scrub the baking soda around too. It will be fresh again.



  • http://www.trashcansunlimited.com/ Dana Caffrey

    Baking soda is an all-around deodorizer. I also used it to deodorize my refrigerator and those areas who easily attracts molds. It’s cheap and safe.

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment pamela

    i use dryer sheets less mess or scented gargage bags

  • http://AddaURLtothiscomment JRED7713

    Thank you for the tip; I read it with interest as I USED TO use baking soda but have quit, in favor of an oxygen bleach called Stain Solver. I submit you ought to check it out as it has MULTIPLE uses and is a great, GREEN, eco-friendly item.

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