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Wednesday, July 23, 2008

Remove Foul Odor from Kitchen Cabinet

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For Kitchen Cabinet eliminating the odor without fragrances and irritants, here's an inexpensive and fragrance free product that is FANTASTIC that I've used for same problem and know so many other people that use all around too! . It is a product called FRIDGE IT odor absorbers that I think originally made for fridge (makes sense). -little purple cube with an incredible activated carbon filter inside that is great and eliminates odors for a long time. It works so much better than all those sprays, gels and fragrances that just cover up smells and have lots of warning statements on them. Just place one in each kitchen cabinet and forget about it. No spills or chemicals or powder to worry about. Each only costs a couple of dollars. I use this product everywhere - it's that good and I really recommend it. You can buy it in kitchen cabinet gadget sections in stores like linens and things. I also think camping world sells it..Kitchen Cabinet
Or have you tried putting baking soda in the kitchen cabinet. I would apray it with lysol really well and then buy baking soda and put it in there- that should really help with the bad smel,put a pie plate with fresh unused coffee grounds in will absorb the odour and leave a coffee smell if you dont mind the smell of coffee, Also, put a bowl of white vinegar in the cupboard and close it. This should neutralize the smell.Do Away With Nasty, Cupboard Odors for Kitchen Cabinet
The first method you should try to remove odor from your cupboards is to place a box of baking soda inside each Kitchen cabinet. Baking soda will take care of most odor problems. However, if the baking soda does not alleviate the problem, take everything out of your cabinets and wipe down the inside of your cupboards with a heavy mixture of white vinegar and water your kitchen cabinet

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ahrasis said...

Great idea... I prefer rubbing with sand paper and vanishing the old cabinet before I try to remove the odor... It will always be there depending on what things do you keep inside it.

Thiruppathy Raja said...

Excellent read. I like your style...have a good one!/Nice blog! Keep it up!

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Joanna Gould said...

Before I came across this blog, I've read some blogs saying that vinegar is also effective in cleaning stains on carpet and any clothes. I tried it once when my son stained our carpet, and fortunately it worked, and I still use it every time there's stain on my carpet. If I'm too busy, I'll just hire carpet cleaners (Ottawa-based). Thank God because carpet cleaning in Ottawa is very easy to find. I remember that my dad also used vinegar when he finished painting our walls because it can remove the odor of paints.