Unfortunately when I opened the tab on the box of Fridge N Freezer Baking Soda, I discovered that there was no covering over the opening. As this is a very large space, I can't use it in the fridge or freezer as I am concerned that it will spill and make a huge mess.
Customer review from church-dwight.com
Oct 2, 2020
I keep these in my fridge & freezer and replace them every month to keep the odors at bay. Works ...
I keep these in my fridge & freezer and replace them every month to keep the odors at bay. Works well and I don't have to worry about accidentally spilling an entire carton of baking soda.
Man these little boxes are a god send. We recently cleaned out a fridge given to us but my brother used a strong chemical that continued to remain. I bought 2 of these from the store, opened, and then left in the fridge for a week. The smell was drastically reduced! Now we always keep one in rotation
[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I Have Had A Smell In My Refrigerator For About A Week Or So Now From Some Food That I Had Left InThe Fridge To Long .I Couldnt Get Rid Of The Smell I Went And Bought A Box Of The Fridge And Freezer And It Wiped The Smell Right Out . I Buy Arm And Hammer Products On A Continus Basis For All Our Household Needs .
Use a couple in the fridge and freezer. Sprinkle some in the smelly trash can, or garbage disposal. Put some on your dish sponge and polish your pots and pans. You can even mix it with some water to cure hearburn if you are out of options.
I've been using the Fridge-n-Freezer soda for years, and have always been happy with the clean-smelling results. I was a little disappointed when some time ago, they changed the "change by" date to only 30 days of use (was it 60 or 90 days before? I don't remember, but I never had a problem on the older schedule) So now I compromise on ~40 days, and then use the used soda, with white vinegar, to keep the pipes clean in the bathrooms and kitchen. I'd like to know if the "paper" covering in this box is recyclable along with the cardboard? So far, I've been tearing out as much as possible of the "paper" filter before recycling the rest of the box, but I'm not sure that's necessary. Can anyone answer this question?