DIY Garbage Disposal Cleaner

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DIY Garbage Disposal Cleaner

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DIY Garbage Disposal Cleaner

Garage disposals can be a real life saver in the kitchen. It makes for a no mess clean up and makes working in the kitchen a breeze. The only downfall is that disposals can produce an odor that can be pretty gross if it is not taken care of regularly. Luckily, there is a great solution for clean your disposal and it won’t take more then 5 minutes! Check out this quick, DIY recipe for cleaning your garage disposal in a flash!

DIY Garbage Disposal Cleaner

Ingredients

Instructions

  1. Heat the lemon juice in the microwave for 30 seconds or until heated.
  2. Add in the baking soda and mix while combining. The mixture should start to bubble.
  3. Once you have combine your ingredients, turn on your disposal and pour mixture down the drain.
  4. Rinse disposal with hot water, the odor should be gone!
  5. Do this weekly if odor tends to linger.
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Ingredients:

1/2 cup Lemon juice
1/2 cup Baking soda

Directions:

Heat the lemon juice in the microwave for 30 seconds or until heated.
Add in the baking soda and mix while combining. The mixture should start to bubble.
Once you have combine your ingredients, turn on your disposal and pour mixture down the drain.
Rinse disposal with hot water, the odor should be gone!
Do this weekly if odor tends to linger.

Comments

  1. Heidi Gray says

    Here’s another. We had a disposal put in that even the lemon wouldn’t cure. So I put about half a small box of baking soda in the disposal and let it sit for a half an hour, then poured 2 cups of vinegar in the disposal and let it bubble and set for another half an hour. Once the hour is complete, I run the disposal with hot water until the vinegar/baking soda is gone. I suppose the same could be done with lemon or lemon juice, but my personal preference is the vinegar, not to mention it kills the bacterial that cause the odors…

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  6. Thank you for this really informative post! Here is one tip from me:after I juice my oranges, I keep some rind in a ziploc bag and store them in the fridge. That way, whenever the garbage disposal is getting a wee-bit stinky, I drop a couple rinds and return back to an odor-free kitchen.

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