How to get rid of cooking smells naturally.

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Fish, cabbage and hard boiled eggs are all delicious and good for you but can leave your kitchen smelling funky, try some of these natural remedies to de-stink your home.

Did you cook my recipe for Whole Roasted Branzino and now your kitchen smells like fish? You may want to try some of these solutions

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VINEGAR

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If you have white vinegar, or apple cider vinegar in your pantry (and I bet you do) use it to freshen things up. Get the directions HERE

CHARCOAL

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If you love to grill like I do you probably have some hardwood charcoal, pictured above, or briquettes in your garage. Did you know you can use them to eliminate household odor too? Find out how HERE

CINNAMON

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Did you burn dinner? Don’t worry I wont tell. Cinnamon sticks may be the key to getting rid of the left over burned odor. Learn about that HERE

CITRUS

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Lemons, oranges and grapefruit OH MY! They all have the power to de-stink your home. Check it out HERE

VODKA

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Yes, vodka can help..even if you don’t drink it. Find out how to use Vodka as a fabric refresher (at your own risk) HERE

COFFEE

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Coffee can help eliminate odors in your kitchen, fridge or freezer. Find out how HERE….after you’ve had your first cup, of course.

BAKING SODA

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It ain’t just for cakes. Learn how to freshen the air in your home with baking soda and a Crockpot HERE

Do you have any tips to keep you home smelling fresh? Share them in the comments, I’d love to hear them.

4 Comments

4 Comments on Your Kitchen Stinks – How to get rid of cooking smells naturally

  1. Joyce Brewer
    January 23, 2017 at 5:10 pm (4 months ago)

    I keep a bottle of 50/50 vinegar and water under my kitchen sink at all times. It helps us clean everything.

    Reply
    • Demetra Overton
      January 23, 2017 at 5:23 pm (4 months ago)

      That’s a fantastic idea Joyce. I may have to steal…um I mean BORROW that idea.

      Reply

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