How to fix Bad Smells in Your Fridge

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Turn off the refrigerator and unplug it.


How to fix Bad Smells in Your Fridge

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Turn off the refrigerator and unplug it.


Turn off the refrigerator and unplug it.


Remove all the items from your fridge. As you go, discard any expired food that is developing into a science project.


Place any food you choose to keep in a cooler while you work. Add ice if it will be out for some time for better preservation.


Make a mixture of baking soda and warm water. Dissolve 1/2 cup of baking soda into a sink filled with warm water.


Take out all shelves, bins and any other removable parts. Wash and rinse all of the parts before thoroughly drying them. Don't forget to wipe as much of the walls and floor of the fridge as you can, even under the crisper drawers.


Clean the drip tray. This is located beneath the refrigerator. Be careful because it likely contains dirty water. Remove the grill from beneath the doors, carefully pull it out and dump the contents.


Getting rid of bad smells with pantry basics Use baking soda. To get rid of odors, spread a box of baking soda across a baking sheet and place in the refrigerator. Keep the door closed until the smell disappears, then discard the baking soda. To try and counteract everyday odors, keep an open box of baking soda in your fridge at all times.


Add vinegar. White vinegar neutralizes many of the same smells as baking soda. Put an open cup or bowl in the fridge, or mix it in with water as an effective cleaning solution.


Use oats as an odor-absorber. Leave a bowl of oats out in your fridge and this will suck in the bad smells.


Use coffee grounds. Place dry, fresh coffee grounds in a couple of shallow bowls or spread across baking sheets. Keep the bowls or sheets on different levels of your refrigerator. The smells should go away within a few days.


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