Food Network – Activated Carbon vs. Baking Soda

FRIDGE IT activated carbon odor absorber
FRIDGE IT activated carbon odor absorber

Does baking soda work and is activated carbon better?
FRIDGE IT activated carbon odor absorber was shown on the episode of the Food Network that talked about “Does baking soda do anything for your refrigerator smelling clean”.     TV – Food Detectives with Ted Allen.

Many viewers have contacted us and asked Is the product that Ted Allen showed at the end of the segment FRIDGE IT activated carbon odor absorber?”   The answer is YES.  This is our very popular classic purple cube FRIDGE IT that everyone loves.     At the end of the show, FRIDGE IT was shown when they confirmed that activated carbon was significantly more effective than baking soda for eliminating refrigerator odor.    Here is the clip on you tube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIxTW-aAsgY

FRIDGE IT activated carbon odor absorbers are fragrance free so you don’t mask the smells but you actually eliminate even the worst refrigerator odors in your refrigerator and significantly reduce cross contamination of food smells so your cheese doesn’t smell like onions and everything doesn’t smell like left over chinese food.    Also, use FRIDGE IT for effective odor control in your freezer to get rid of bad tasting and bad smelling ice that is transferred from bad odor in your refrigerator and freezer. 

Our customers also find that FRIDGE IT is fantastic for so many other areas around the house including under sinks, basements, near trash, cabinets, storage, closets, diaper pails, gargage and so much more.   

Please read some of our other postings to learn more about our family of quality odor absorbers – the safer alternative.     Also, visit our web site for convenient and fast shopping at http://www.fridgeit.com     We make every effort to ship within 1 -2 business days and then ship PRIORITY US Postal Service so you receive your order as quickly as possible.

All our products are proudly made in the U.S.

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