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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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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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To get rid of a microwave's burnt smell, microwave a solution of vinegar and water on high power for five minutes, and let the solution steam the inside of the microwave for 10 minutes. Then, wipe the interior of the mic... More »

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Remove the smell of burned food from a microwave oven by wiping the oven with a vinegar solution, heating the solution, allowing the steam to loosen any smoky residue, and using a sponge to remove the smoky coating. Vine... More »

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To get rid of the smell of mold, you must first locate the origin of the smell. Throw out items that hold mildew spores, such as cardboard, paper and old fabrics and upholstered furniture, and thoroughly wash the area us... More »

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