How to get rid of cooking smells naturally.
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
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
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
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
Lemons, oranges and grapefruit OH MY! They all have the power to de-stink your home. Check it out HERE
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 can help eliminate odors in your kitchen, fridge or freezer. Find out how HERE….after you’ve had your first cup, of course.
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.
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Joyce BrewerJanuary 23, 2017 at 5:10 pm (6 years 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 OvertonJanuary 23, 2017 at 5:23 pm (6 years ago)
That’s a fantastic idea Joyce. I may have to steal…um I mean BORROW that idea.