Tips for Removing Smells


Ruler's of Penmai
Jul 5, 2011

To avoid the mouldy smell in your breadbox, wash your breadbox once a week with a piece of cotton wool dipped in vinegar.

If Bottles are Smelly-- Fill bottle half-full of water and add 1 tablespoon of mustard or baking soda. Shake well and allow to stand for about 1 hour.

If Pots and Pans are Smelly-- Wash them in salt water or in hot soapy water plus a dash of ammonia.

If your Microwave Oven is Smelly-- Chop half a lemon into 4 pieces. Put them in a small bowl with 1 cup of water and a few whole cloves. Boil for 5 minutes.

If Dishes or Plates are Smelly-- Wash them in salty water, or use a little ammonia in hot soapy water. You can also add a little ground mustard to the water.

If Your Hands are Smelly-- If you have a lingering onion smell on your hands, trying rinsing them with cold water, rubbing them with salt, and then rewashing them. You can also rubbing your hands with half of a potato.

If Garbage Disposal is Smelly-- Grind up half a lemon, orange or grapefruit in it. Never throw lemon rinds out, keep them in quarters in a plastic bag in your freezer. Throw a lemon rind quarter down the disposal whenever it starts to smell funny.


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