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Shoe Deodorizer Recipe
Aromatherapy Shoe Deodorizer Recipe
- 4 tablespoons baking soda
- 4 tablespoons cornstarch (preferably Non-GMO)
(4 additional tablespoons of baking soda can be used if
cornstarch isn't on hand)
- 5-6 drops Lavender
Mix the cornstarch and baking soda together in a bowl. Gradually
add the essential oils, and stir well to incorporate the oils. Store
in an airtight container. Powder Sifter containers are ideal.
Instructions for Use:
Sprinkle the deodorizer lightly into shoes in the evenings or at
times when the shoes will not be worn for several hours. Before
wearing, go outside (wearing other shoes), turn the shoes upside
down and tap on the soles to eliminate the powder from the interior
of the shoes. Use care not to get the powder on the exterior of shoes with fragile surfaces that could be harmed by essential oils.
With regular use of this natural shoe deodorizer,
you should see a gradual reduction in shoe odor.
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