How to get fish smell out of freezer

 

As refrigerators provide cooling which helps our food and beverage to stay fresh and safe and along with it, it also provides a fresh cooling breeze odor which is very pleasant as it is combined with our fresh food smell.

But what if when you open your refrigerator or freezer and you smell a very bad odor which will ruin your pleasant mood and spoil your day, so you have to make a note on how to get fish smell out of freezer or any stinky smell out of your refrigerator.

So here arrives a frequent question which occurs on most of your mind!!

Why does my fridge smell…??

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If a foul odor is coming from your fridge, it is because of bacteria and microscopic fungi which stay on the food and cause the foul odors in your fridge.

These dangerous microorganisms live in moist environments which is present in foods in the fridge, as food contains pores, so it also releases moisture by which these bacteria arrive. Microbes will multiply whenever moisture is introduced, taking over any location where they can find a foothold. When they reach a certain mass, you can smell them and detect their existence.

Now knowing the reason why does my fridge smell, you should also know how to get fish smell out of freezer or any smell out of your refrigerator.

3 best ways to get fish smell out of freezer (or any foul smell)

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Before starting the procedure unplug your fridge and remove all food and stuff before you start.

  1. Bleach solution + Mint

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Step 1: Take a solution of bleach and water in an equal ratio.

Step 2: Unplug your fridge and remove all the shelve and material out of the fridge and refrigerator.

Step 3: Clean both with the sponge and bleach solution.

Step 4: Dry the fridge with a towel and leave it for some hours.

Step 5: Plug in the fridge and put some fresh mint in the fridge for some hours until the odor gets neutralized.

 

2. Baking soda and coffee grounds

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Step 1: Make a solution of vinegar and water in an equal ratio.

Step 2: Unplug your fridge and remove all the shelve and material out of the fridge and refrigerator.

Step 3: Clean both with the sponge and baking soda solution.

Step 4: Dry the fridge with a towel and leave it for some hours.

Step 5: Plug in the fridge and put coffee ground as it an odor absorber and place it for some hours until the odor gets neutralized.

If until now your bad odor is not gone so, try the last and the ultimate step from which every bad odor will vanish from your fridge and refrigerator.

 

3. Ultimate mixture

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Step 1: Remove all of the shelves from your refrigerator.

Step 2: Clean the shelves and fridge both with a sponge and mixture of water and vinegar mixed in equal ratio.

Step 3: Rinse off all the shelves and the fridge with an equal mixture of lemon juice and water.

Step 4: Put your shelves back to your fridge, and thoroughly dry everything with a towel and wait for some time.

Step 5: Start your refrigerator.

Step 6: Place activated charcoal in paper bowls and place it in the fridge as well as in a refrigerator.

Step 7: Take a packet of baking soda and open it and place it in the fridge as well as refrigerator.

Step 8: Take a bowl and roll a paper in a ball and pour a few drops of vanilla extract on it and place it in the fridge as well as refrigerator.

Step 9: Take a breath mint, like polo, etc. and put it on any plate containing a few amounts of water and place it in your fridge as well as refrigerator.

Step 10: Leave all these materials for about 6-7 hours and also for long hours if the bad odor is not gone.