Having a bar air day at home? It's time for you to remove the clothespin off your nose and instead try these common household items to deodorise those pesky smells in the abode.
Apple cider vinegar for your drains
We know that apple cider vinegar has many effective benefits and here is another. Pour a half cup down any drain and remove those uninvited unpleasant smells back to where they belong. It also blasts away yucky odours that seep up from sewers.
Vanilla extract for freezers
Soak a cotton ball in vanilla extract then swipe it around the inside of your freezer. The scent of heavenly fresh ice cream instantly replaces the reek of leftover foods. What a cool way to fix up those funny odours!
Ground coffee for the fridge
Tonight's salmon is currently defrosting in the fridge but you cannot bear to open the fridge each time you wanna grab a snack. We have just the solution for this. Fill a nylon stocking (or a mug) with ground coffee and toss it inside the back of the fridge. The invigorating and joyous scent overpowers odours from cheese, fish, meat, and other harsh-scented foods. Besides, the smell of coffee is some-what therapeutic.
Baking soda for the inside of your trainers
Is your nose ready to run for the hills when taking out those barely worn trainers from underneath your bed? Sprinkle baking soda inside each one and allow them to rest overnight. In the morning, tap the powder off outside and the horrid stenches would have now vanished away. Now wear your beloved trainers with pride!
House plants for rooms
Lastly, when all horrid odours have shooed away, liven up the ambient aroma of your home with houseplants. Arabian Jasmine and Gardenia are two which are highly recommended to have your home smelling pleasant and fresh - and look lovely inside your abode too!
Check out these side tables to place your stylish and healthy house plants on and add a vibrant atmosphere to your home.
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