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A Tips.net article suggests five ways to get rid of a burnt food smell. They include getting the burnt food out of the house, opening doors and windows, using air fresheners, boiling lemons and cloves, and baking. More »

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The first step in removing the odor of burned food is to open the windows; this lets air circulate. The fresh air comes in, helping the burnt smell fade away. There are several other options that move the process along. ... More »

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Removing the burnt smell from a home can be achieved in several ways. However, the most effective method is to air out the house and cover the smell. More »

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