The kitchen is often dubbed as the heart and soul of the home, and not without reasons. Throughout the ages, the kitchen has served as the home’s center and meeting place with family, so it was often designed spacious and embellished with design and accents that help initiates conversation.
Throughout the years, the kitchen has evolved and is now also a hub for hosting simple events joined with family’s friends and work colleagues. As such, many strive to maintain not only its functionality but also its visual appeal and ease of use.
To achieve just that, many homeowners have invested in kitchen remodeling for the past recent years. Initiating such home improvement project have become so popular for the recent years that, in fact, as it was reported in Statista, 30% of homeowners have at least spent $25,000 to $50,000 in kitchen renovations in 2016.
While kitchen remodeling is a sure way to make the kitchen space look and feel brand new again, it is not a project that can solve one of the most persisting issues that indeed no kitchen is resistant of – bad odor. Luckily, there are actionable steps that one can implement to keep the kitchen stay fresh and clean – odor-wise.
To give you more insights, here are the key takeaways of the infographic from Mr. Cabinet Care, which gives us some simple but proven effective tips to eliminate bad smells in the kitchen.
- Putting an open box of baking soda in the fridge.
- Using a lemon juice.
- Keeping the ventilation going.
- Regularly dispose of your sponges.
- Clean as you cook.
To learn more about these tips and how they can help you get rid of that unwanted odor in your kitchen, check out the full infographic below.
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