Smelly Garbage Disposal?

Do you have a garbage disposal? Does your disposal get smelly from time to time?

For the record, I hated ours and had Lenny remove it when we changed out our sink before Matthew was born. Am I the only person who hates a garbage disposal?

I have a mommy solution for you. (Aside from tossing the disposal out the window.)

When it starts to get smelly (or be proactive and do this on a routine basis) run lemon or orange rind through the garbage disposal. Really you could use any citrus fruit. I love the smell of grapefruit and limes as well.

It is a natural deodorizer.   And inexpensive, too!

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    I did not realize this tip until my husband, of all people, told me about it! Of course, HIS mother told him so…Anyway, I wanted to tell you that I’ve given you 2 awards: “Kreativ Blog Award” and “One Lovely Blog Award.”
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