How To Get Rid of Stinky Cooking Smell In Your Kitchen

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Unless you live in a house with a kitchen that includes a restaurant-quality ventilation system, you have undoubtedly encountered the problem of your unpleasant kitchen smell. When you cook, all of the delectable aromas fill your kitchen. They spark everyone’s interest in your enticing evening meal. However, after the meal, such smells tend to linger in your condo and are no longer as appealing as they were before the feast. So, how can you get rid of the cooking odors in your condo? Many of the usual materials used to freshen up your house, such as air fresheners, might combine with existing food scents and create an even worse mix, rather than eliminating the unwanted odors.  

If you have been trying to get rid of cooking odors without success, check out the ideas below.

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How to Eliminate Cooking Smell in Your Condo

One of the most effective strategies to avoid residual food odors in your home or condo is to stop them before they begin. Sure, the smell of preparing food is lovely, but if you can eliminate some or all of it before or while you’re cooking, you’ll have less to deal with after the dinner is ready.

Purchase a charcoal filter splatter screen.

A charcoal filter splatter screen is an excellent technique to accomplish this. A splatter screen is only beneficial during specific cooking preparations, such as pan-frying, and it will keep splatters off your stove and backsplash.

Make use of vinegar steam to get rid of the cooking smell.

If you’re preparing really smelly food, you can mask the odors with steam. A vinegar and water steam, for an instance, will absorb scents in the air while you’re cooking. Simply mix a half cup of vinegar into a cup of water and leaving it to simmer on the stove while cooking will help to reduce residual odors. Using a stove vent in addition to the vinegar steam approach will yield much greater results.

Boil water filled with fragrant items.

If you don’t want to deal with vinegar, you can boil a pot of water with other substances that produce a more pleasant scent. Simmer lemon peels, cloves, cinnamon sticks, or other aromatics in boiling water on the stove.

Make use of a plug-in air purifier.

If boiling more pots sounds like extra effort, or if you just don’t have the extra space on the stove, you might try a plug-in air purifier. Small countertop variants that are ideal for kitchens and are reasonably quiet are available. These little gadgets freshen the air in your kitchen while also removing bacteria, viruses, mold, and pet dander. Air purifiers also aid in the deodorization of existing stinky spaces.

Make use of baking soda.

Baking soda is another method for absorbing odors in the air. People have been storing boxes of baking soda in their refrigerators for so long that there are now refrigerator-specific boxes available. Baking soda is especially effective at removing odors from acidic foods such as tomatoes, seafood, and vegetables. In reality, most disagreeable aromas are acidic, and the pH of baking soda helps neutralize the acid in such foods, reducing odors. Putting some baking soda in a basin on the counter where you’re cooking will suffice.

How to Remove Existing Food Odors

You may need to get rid of some current aromas in your home now that you have some ideas for preventing new cooking odors.

Baking soda can also be used to eliminate existing odors.

Baking soda was mentioned above as a preventative measure, but it is also excellent in absorbing existing odors. If you open a package of baking soda and set it near the source of the aromas, the baking soda will absorb the remaining odors.

Make use of coffee grounds.

Coffee grounds can be utilized in the same way; simply dump used coffee grounds in shallow bowls and scatter them over your home. Coffee grounds absorb and remove odors.

Clean out your kitchen trash can.

The aromas in your kitchen and house can sometimes be traced back to certain items used while cooking. Many residual odors in your home can be traced back to your kitchen garbage can. Make sure to clean out your garbage can on a regular basis, and when you’ve dried it, sprinkle some baking soda inside to keep odors from lingering.

Clear out your kitchen sink to prevent cooking smell in condo.

Your kitchen sink drain can also be a repository for a variety of unpleasant odors. Whether you have a garbage disposal or not, the drain can gather food fragments that decay and emit strong odors. After using lemons in your cooking, save the rinds and dispose of them in the garbage disposal. (If you don’t have a garbage disposal, squeezing lemon juice down the drain and letting it sit for a few minutes before rinsing with hot water can have the same result.) The oils in the lemon rinds and the acidity of the lemon juice will cut through the grease buildup and leave you with a fresh lemon scent.

No one likes a stinking kitchen; it can disrupt your cooking flow and impair your ability to taste and smell whatever you’re making. But don’t worry; following these tips will keep your kitchen odor-free.

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