Instructions For Making Liquid Scent Blocker
Everyone knows the scent industry has grown into a huge business. For anyone who would like to save some money on cover scents you can make your own scent blocker at home. The ingredients are inexpensive and the process of making it is simple.
Ingredients needed: 2 cups (16 ounces) of 3% hydrogen peroxide
2 cups (16 ounces) of distilled water
½ cup of baking soda
1 ounce of unscented shampoo (available at drug store or health-food store)
Gently combine all of the ingredients in large bowl until the baking soda dissolves. Pour this mixture into a 1 gallon jug, like a milk jug. Let it sit for three days with the lid on loosely to allow the gasses to escape. Transfer to a small spray bottle as needed. If you make a large amount of scent blocker and don't have enough spray bottles to store it in, keep the milk jug stored in a dark place to keep the peroxide from reacting.
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