How to Remove Cooking Odors

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  1. Dee
    September 4, 2014

    I fried veggie burgers in canola oil, which I don’t usually use, and now there is an odor UPSTAIRS in two of the bedrooms. I have laundered the bedding, but I still can detect that odor. My husband does not smell anything. Does anyone have suggestions? Would appreciate it so much. Thank you in advance. Dee

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    • Melanie
      September 6, 2014

      Dee,
      Rather than simmering the vinegar mixture on the stove, you can use it directly upstairs instead. Simply fill a couple bowls or pans with white vinegar (no need to add water if you’re not simmering it) and set the bowls in one of the bedrooms for several hours. Set a another couple of bowls filled with vinegar in the second bedroom. (Don’t use the same vinegar; use fresh vinegar for each room.)
      If you don’t want to use vinegar, you can use coffee (grounds or beans) or activated charcoal instead in the same way.
      Source: HowToCleanStuff.net – How to Clean Smoke Damage

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  2. Renandolf
    September 27, 2015

    You could also place a bowl of white vinegar and let it sit on your counter overnight and you’ll be surprised that by the following morning, or in just a matter of few hours, the smell is gone.

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