1quartHydrogen Peroxide1-32 oz bottle or 2-16 oz bottles
¼ Measuring Cup
1 Teaspoon Measuring Spoon
Rag (you never want to use again)
Bath Towel (you never want to use again)
Washing Your Dog
Using your rubber gloves, mix up the hydrogen peroxide, baking soda and dishwashing liquid in a bucket and apply it to your dog's coat making sure to keep it out of their eyes. You will want to leave it on their coat for 5 minutes and then rinse thoroughly. You can repeat this process if the scent is still lingering.
After the final rinse, shampoo with a regular dog shampoo, or people shampoo if that is all you have, to get rid of any remaining mixture.
Towel off your dog as much as possible and let them air dry the rest of the way.
Do not store the solution! As a mixture it is combustible, so DO NOT try to save any of the mixture for later use.
Do not get the solution in their eyes, nose or mouth.
Do not let the mixture sit on your dog's coat for extended periods of time as hydrogen peroxide may discolor their coat.