This is the Best Way to Clean Your Garbage Disposal of Bad Odors

This easy trick shows you how to quickly eliminate foul smells down your sink.

Cooking With Kyler

The one place you don't want funky smells is your kitchen. Unfortunately, food remnants, garbage, and forgotten expiration dates make your kitchen a hotbed of strange scents. To beat the unpleasant odors, tackle each smell at its source, and for us, that's always the garbage disposal. After all, a day's worth of scraps down the drain doesn't go unnoticed. For times when the garbage disposal is extra pungent, we found a brilliant kitchen hack from YouTube user Cooking With Kyler. This father/daughter duo shows us how to make cleaning bombs that attack foul smells and leave your kitchen clean and fresh. Try it out tonight!

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First, slice small slivers of lemon and lime.

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Fill an ice cube tray with chunks of lemon and lime.

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Fill the gaps in the tray with distilled white vinegar and freeze.

After a few hours in the freezer, you'll be ready to rid your kitchen of rotting scraps. These citrus cubes may be small, but they pack a big punch against wafting odors. To see the final steps on how to use these lemony-fresh bombs, check out Kyler's video below.

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