All this has its downside. When the temperatures rise, the disposed waste start producing an unpleasant smell. This is due the buildup of bacteria in the waste that cause bad smell.
It can be very discouraging and embarrassing each time you work in the same place as a stinking waste bin. That’s why in this article, we are going to share ways to keep bad odors in your kitchen at bay.
For things like cans, bottles, meat trays and wrappers, they can always be washed so that they are used the next time.
Washing them can prove to be quite a task and take up too much effort but the results are always good.
Not only will you reduce the waste going into the bin, it is also economical. By doing this, you will have your bin producing little to no odor.
Keep the Lid Closed at All Time
When you get into the kitchen where all the food is prepared and get hit by the stench from the bin, it is probably because the bin was left open.
Leaving the bin open means that all the nasty smell is coming out into the open air which in turn call out the pests.
Having a bin with a lid can help in containing the waste and its smell in one unit. Bins that open by foot are the best to have because they maximize hygiene.
Clean the Bins Put a Liner in the Bin
Liners in bins help to reduce dirt buildup at the bottom or sides of the bins.
Using a recycled refuse bag, the bin is able to put in place all the dirt and odors. Absorbent kitchen roll helps in soaking up the leakages that may occur in the bin.
This way, it gets easier to frequently empty the bin to avoid the bad smells. Do not wait until the bin is over flowing with waste, try to empty it so that the lid is able to close.
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