The video was produced by Sally B. Mitchell, a chemistry teacher from East Syracuse Minoa High School in Syracuse, N.Y. She explains that you only need four things to make your dog smell fresh and clean after an encounter with a black-and-white creature of the night: a plastic container, hydrogen peroxide, baking soda and liquid soap. Forget the tomato juice. Her dog, Peanut, serves as the subject of the fizzy bath. (Watch it now
.)The ACS judges ranked the videos on clarity and accuracy in explaining chemistry, relevance to everyday life, entertainment value/creativity of the submission, and execution and production value.Here's to hoping I never have to use this spa treatment. But if I do, I will be sure to report back with the results.