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Chlorine bleach, vinegar and baking soda can be used to remove rotten clam odors inside refrigerators and on other hard surfaces, such as ice coolers. The process of removing odors can take several days and may require several different treatments to completely eliminate.


There are many things that can cause odors in dishwashers, such as a clogged filter, food debris, blocked water jets and backfilling. Backfilling is caused by waste water that returns to the machine when it is not in use and this happens if the machine is not fitted correctly.


According to WebMD, untreated periodontal disease, an oral disease that affects the gums and teeth, can increase the chances of coronary artery disease. Certain studies have indicated individuals with disease-causing bacteria in their mouths are more likely to develop clogged carotid arteries, a con


The most common source of a rotten egg smell in residential structures is a natural gas leak. Though natural gas itself is composed primarily of methane, which has no odor, gas companies use an additive known as mercaptan to provide an early warning for homeowners


Sulfur present in groundwater can seep into wells and other standing bodies of water and cause a smell often described as similar to rotten eggs or to other rotting proteinmatter. Sulfur is largely benign in drinking water, except for the negative effect it can have on certain metals and the smell t


Mixing chlorine solution to well water, installing an activated carbon filtration system or an oxidation-filtration system directly to the water source are some tips to remove the rotten egg smell from water. These methods are not permanent solutions and may need replacement or repetition to ensure


Rotten meat is a very unpleasant smell, but a good cleaning with some water, vinegar and baking soda will get rid of it. Bacteria causes the smell, so getting rid of the source removes the problem.


Water that smells like rotten eggs typically contains hydrogen sulfide gas or sulfur bacteria, both of which are safe to drink. However, if the rotten egg smell stems from sewage or other pollution, it may be unsafe for consumption.


The cause of a rotten egg taste in the mouth is hydrogen sulfide. The rotten egg taste is similar to the smell of sulfur. Humans get this taste when they eat foods that are high in sulfur.


According to the Mayo Clinic, body odor is the result of sweat combined with bacteria on the skin. Mayo Clinic explains that the eccrine glands emit sweat when the body overheats, and this sweat evaporates and cools the skin without an odor. The apocrine glands emit a milky substance when the body i