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how do you store it in there?<br><br>
Silly question, I know, but I'm curious about the logistics. I mean, it's a powder, and showers are, well, wet...so...how do you do it? And do you just put a little on your hands, rub in and rinse?<br><br>
I stopped wearing deodorant a few months ago and don't usually stink too bad, mostly to myself, but I am pg, so I've got hormones on my side <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/lol.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="lol">
 

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Mine is in a old water bottle with the top off. I have one of those shower caddy things that hangs a little above eye level in the shower - opposite side from the shower head - and it sits up there. When I use it I just pour a little into my hands and rub togehter (my hands are alread a little wet) and rub it in. This has really worked for me. Before when I was just using bs as deodorant I would stink after a while, but if I wash with it in the shower then apply like deodorant I don't have any smells.
 

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I use one of those clear plastic condiment bottles you can buy from Target. I has a little lid. I just pour a little on my fingertips and rub them together to form a paste.
 

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Arm & Hammer has a little shaker container sold in the cleaning isle that snaps shut but isn't water tight. I have a window in my shower and keep it there, out of the reach of water.
 

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I've been using a tiny plastic 2 oz nalgene bottle. I took it with me on vacation that way. The cap screws on tight.<br><br><br>
btw, I've only starting doing this in recent months, and I think it works great! I also find this helpful: after my shower, I rub in a tiny bit of coconut oil, then dust on a little bit of baking soda. It works great, and my clothes don't smell bad at the end of the day.
 

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<div style="font-style:italic;">Arm & Hammer has a little shaker container sold in the cleaning isle that snaps shut but isn't water tight. I have a window in my shower and keep it there, out of the reach of water.</div>
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That's what I use. I keep it on the outside corner of the tub on the other side of the shower curtain so it doesn't get too damp.<br><br>
I've just been popping the top off and refilling it when it gets low.
 
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