Ways to Keep Your Home Smelling Fresh

Have you ever been in a house and smelled something like this?

“Amoy kulob at ang weird ng smell!”

Nakakahiya diba? lalo na pag naisip mo, what if ganito rin ang amoy ng bahay namin?

You know what, you might be right.

That’s why today, we are going to share with you some tips on how to keep your home SMELLING FRESH.

  1. Treat your sofa like your bed.

Avoid sitting or lying on your sofa if you’re dirty or full of sweat.

Because you will transfer all the dirt and sweat on your sofa and you and your family might get sick.

Change your pillows and throws twice a month.

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2. ALWAYS Clean your Carpet and Rugs

We always step on them everyday. You can imagine how dirty they get.

Sprinkle baking soda all over your rug to get rid of funky smell.

Let the baking soda stay on your rug overnight before vacuuming it.

You can also brush your carpet with a broom to distribute the baking soda evenly before vacuuming the next day.

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3. Clean your trash and your trashcan too

 “Sometimes it’s not the actual trash that smells — it’s the trash can itself.”

To solve this, Simplemost suggests using baking soda or cat litter. Sprinkle it onto the bottom of the trash can to absorb odors.

4. Clean your Refrigirator

Avoid smelly odors by opening a box of baking soda and keeping it in the corner of your refrigerator.

Using airtight food containers also helps.

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5. Even your chopping board needs cleaning

It’s very important to have a clean chopping board in the kitchen since we use it when preparing food.

Disinfect your boards by cleaning it with vinegar.

Rub it with sliced lemon to get rid of nasty odors.

6. ALWAYS Clean your Microwave

Clean it with vinegar. Give it a good wipe down and keep the door open to let it air out.

Another suggestion is to “fill up a microwave-safe bowl with equal parts of water and vinegar, about two inches high. Heat for 90 seconds and let sit in the microwave to steam.”

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