Tricks for getting rid of smelly kitchen odors
Some smells are so bad, you feel hopeless no matter what you do.
We’ve gathered some of the best odor eliminating hacks for your kitchen, fridge, garbage, sink, and more. So from now on, nothing but good smells should come out of your kitchen.
- Leave Vinegar on Your Counter
Put vinegar in a dish and leave on your counter overnight to remove any smells caused by cooking.
- Boil Water with Orange and Lemon
If you are in a rush to remove that kitchen odor, simply simmer a pot of water with lemon and orange peels for a fast solution.
- Make a Baking Soda Scrub
Mix your scrub with baking soda, half a lemon, and a drop of water to scrub away any unpleasant scents in your sink or fridge.
- Coffee Grounds always smell good
Leaving coffee grounds out in a dish can eliminate smells wherever you place them.
- Rub Lemon on Your Hands
Nothing works better than rubbing lemon on your hands, especially after handling fish.
- Place Sponges in the Sun
With time, a sponge does become smelly, if you want to avoid throwing it away, you can instead leave it outside in the sun for a day or two. The UV radiation helps attack the bacteria in it.
- Lemon grinding for your garbage disposal
It’s usually a given that your garbage disposal will emit a smell, all you need to do is grind half a lime or lemon and put it in or sprinkle some baking soda.
- Scrub your cutting board with Salt
Just rub salt on the boards with a cut lemon and say goodbye to any remaining odor.
- Baking Soda in your fridge
To get rid of persistent smells in your fridge, open a box of baking soda and place it in there to absorb any odors. You can also leave a box in there so odors don't happen anymore.