Distilled white vinegar has many uses outside the salad bowl, including odor control. To fix odor problems in 20 minutes or less, you need vinegar, a small spray bottle, a bowl, a sponge and a box of baking soda. More »

According to The Old Farmer's Almanac, there is a variety of natural methods to remove odors including baking soda, citrus fruit peels and vinegar. Open boxes of baking soda placed in the refrigerator help to absorb food... More »

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Many cooks suggest that opening the windows as one way to get rid of cooking odors while preparing meals. There are also other options, such as brewing coffee, baking something aromatic, making a simmering potpourri and ... More »

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Remove odors from wood by mixing 2 tablespoons of olive oil in a pint of white vinegar in a spray bottle. Shake the bottle before each use and wipe the surface with a soft rag. Since odors have many different sources, so... More »

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Scrubbing floors with a mixture of borax and water, leaving multiple bowls of white vinegar in the area, and utilizing a dehumidifier remove odors from a basement. Finding and treating frequent basement odor causes, such... More »

Get rid of mildew odors in clothing by adding 1 cup of white vinegar to the wash cycle. Wash for a second time with 1 cup of baking soda if the mildew smell isn't gone. More »

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One laundry tip for smelly towels is to use the vinegar method, which involves pouring of white vinegar in the rinse cycle. The borax method or using borax and baking soda is another way to remove the musty smell from to... More »

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