Ever discovered some evil smelling mutation of left-over food hidden behind the Peanut Butter Jar way at the back of your fridge?
You may also have discovered that even though you disposed of the ill-forgotten piece of food it’s stench still lingered days later.
Your kitchen is by far one of the most important places to keep clean and hygienic, and your fridge is one of the places where food is most likely to be forgotten and spoil, creating an odour you’d prefer none of your visitors to experience.
Here are some simple ways to banish bad odours from your fridge and keep it smelling deliciously clean, without the need for toxic cleaners and harsh chemicals.
To absorb stinky odours consider placing ½ teaspoon of bicarbonate of soda in a small glass of water, or a small bowl of dry bicarbonate of soda, on a fridge shelf.
Wipe out your fridge with warm soapy water, and then re-wipe with a cloth sprinkled with a few drops of vanilla essence.
To create a delicious smelling fridge place a small shallow bowl of vanilla essence on a shelf.
If mould has formed on the door rubber, use an old toothbrush dipped in warm soapy water and scrub gently to remove.
These methods won’t harm the interior or exterior of your fridge, are environmentally friendly, and will ensure a clean and fresh smelling fridge – the perfect kitchen companion!
Album: Traditional Kitchens
Date: April 7th, 2010