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It’s pretty normal that garbage smells bad, after all, it’s garbage. But who says we need to get used to it or even live with unwanted odors indoors? No. In addition to taking out garbage from home, from the kitchen, bathroom and other environments, there are other quick fixes that can alleviate any residual bad odor that insists on remaining in the bin even after the waste is removed.

In one of his videos, the expert taught us some tips to end this problem. These are easy formulas that you will surely be able to make at home! You can check out the walkthrough below in the video at the top of this post or directly on YouTube via The Tip of the Day channel. You can learn this here now and come up with the best choices for the same.

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Lemon or Vinegar

Cut a lemon in half and clean the inner walls of the trash with one half. If you prefer, you can replace the lemon with a cloth soaked in vinegar or a cloth soaked in a solution made of equal parts vinegar and water.

It is the acidity of lemon or vinegar that will fight bacteria that insist on fermenting in the bin even after the garbage has been removed. With any of these solutions, the spread of bad smell will end.

Baking Soda or Coffee Powder

Baking soda, coffee grounds or fresh coffee grounds will act as “suckers” for the bad smell. Just put some of the powder of your choice in a small jar at the base of the bin – or speckled in the same spot if you prefer. You should take out the trash daily, especially from the kitchen, but baking (or coffee) can be changed weekly.

By the way, speaking of coffee, have you checked the 7 different uses for coffee grounds? Click here and enjoy this content.


Once again, vinegar shows us its multipurpose power. Take a piece of French bread (can and should be old bread) and soak it with plenty of white vinegar. You can whim. Then put it in the bottom of the bin and you’re done! Change the loaf once a day.

Scented Essences

Nothing better than getting rid of the bad smell and breaking it off, ensuring a fragrant aroma to the environment, isn’t it? So, for that, choose the essence of your choice and put a lot in a paper towel, which should be disposed of in the bottom of trash. Finally, remember to change paper towels whenever you feel the scent of essence is gone. You need to be specific on the kind of dumping you are making and then only you can come up with the best choices for the waste boxes that will make your day. It is true that you will be getting a hard time in this choice, but it is something that you can be sure of.