Put a few Kingsford briquettes in an old cotton sock. Hang in an inconspicuous place. Voila! a cheap room deodorizer.
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I keep charcoal in my trunk for several reasons and I do notice that it keeps the car trunk smelling fresh and odor free.
What are your other reasons for keeping Kingsford charcoal in the trunk?
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Wow... I see Kingsford briquettes have become a new form of air-freshenr! Will notify Kingsford Marketing folks!
I don't know about you, but I think there is way too much salt put on our roads and into our environment. No wonder everyone is running around with High blood pressure! I keep a Bag of Kingsford Match Light charcoal in my trunk, year around. My thinking is that if you get stuck in snow or mud it would work to help you get free without adding anything unnatural to the environment. It also works on Ice. Charcoal is organic. Kitty Litter might work. Yet, Kitty litter has no other purposes. Charcoal has many reasons to be in the trunk. You can stop and have an impromtu picnic along a travel route since most parks and rest areas have grills available. You can keep warm if stranded in a snow bank. It could actually be the difference between life and death in some of the remote areas of high volume snow states. I keep a milk crate in the trunk with
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