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5 Ways to Eliminate Bad Smells in the Kitchen – Infographic

Ever wondered as to how you can get rid of that annoying smell while cooking, eating, or washing the dishes? You may want to know that some of the most efficient solutions to your problem can actually be found within the kitchen itself.

So without further ado, here are 5 ways you can easily do to remove those bad odors lingering in your kitchen.

5 Ways to Eliminate Bad Smell in the Kitchen - Infographic

 

  • Putting an open box of baking soda in the fridge.

This is one simple trick in making your refrigerator nose-friendly. Just leave an open box of baking soda inside the fridge and let it stay there for over 30 days. You can replace it afterward.

Baking soda contains an alkaline substance that can counter and absorb those foul scents from fish and food leftovers. Another alternative for baking soda is a piece of charcoal and dry coffee grounds.

 

  • Using a lemon juice.

Just like the baking soda, lemon juice can also be an excellent smell neutralizer. You can even save up some bucks for you can simply use an actual lemon juice. Sprinkle it in musty-prone areas like your sink (especially on the draining area). Another variation on this method is that you can also add boiling water for best results.

 

  • Keeping the ventilation going.

Another way of expelling unpleasant smells not only in the kitchen but also to any other parts of the house is by installing ceiling fans in the affected area. This could help in spreading the circulation of fresh air as well as cooling your kitchen a little bit during the summer season.

Additional tip: If you have windows on your kitchen, better keep it open and enjoy the occasional breeze from the outside!

 

  • Regularly dispose your sponges.

Kitchen sponges, according to a study can be a potential colony of to a wide variety of disease-causing microbes. Since these bacteria are the prime contributors in the dissemination noxious smells, it is highly advisable to change your old sponges with the new ones for every two to three weeks. Also don’t forget to disinfect your sponge after every use.

 

  • Clean as you cook.

Wiping those spills on the countertops and disposing all of the litter as you wait for your food to be cooked on the stove or microwave oven can greatly improve the overall smell of your kitchen. Make this a daily habit!

Maintaining the cleanliness of your kitchen is basically the optimal method in keeping all of those grueling smells at bay. Moreover, following these 5 practical methods can get the job done in a more budget-friendly way.

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