4. Put Baking Soda in Your Fridge
Your fridge can also be a source of annoying odours. Because you keep so much food there, your refrigerator can attract bacteria and it can smell pretty good. Fortunately, there is a fairly simple way to combat the stench in your fridge. It often helps if you put a cup of soda in your fridge.
If you put a new bowl of soda in your fridge every three months, you can make sure that you keep smelling it fresh. By the way, this remedy is more effective if it exists on a larger surface, so it’s a good idea to take a flat bowl.
5. Make Sure There Is Good Ventilation
Cooking without any smell is almost impossible. In the beginning it’s not that bad. Often people like it when they smell their freshly made curry or authentic Italian pasta throughout the house. But the happiness often turns into annoyance when the smell lingers one or sometimes several days. That’s why it’s wise to ensure a good airflow in your kitchen. Even with products that smell less pleasant, such as fish and garlic, it is wise to make sure that you ventilate your kitchen well. There are a number of ways to do this. For example, open some windows while you’re cooking or just after you’ve finished cooking. Your cooker hood can also remove a lot of annoying odours. Make sure that you keep it on for a while and that you do not turn it off immediately after cooking.