Reduce Garbage Can Odor With Baking Soda

by Lila

Lila shared her simple but effective baking soda cleaning tip for cleaning her garbage cans.

Lila says:

I sprinkle baking soda in the bottom of my kitchen garbage can before I place in a new bag.

It keeps the odors down, especially if something accidentally spills out of the bag and down onto the bottom of the actual can.

Then, when its time to clean the garbage can out periodically, I've already got some cleaning product in there!Taylor says:Thanks for that tip Lila! What a great cheap and natural way to reduce trash odors in your kitchen.

There are so many ways you can use baking soda throughout yout home. I'd love to hear even more tips and ideas from others. You can share your baking soda uses for cleaning, laundry and stain removal here, or read lots of other tips that have already been submitted.

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