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Tuesday, April 15, 2014

DIY Refrigerator Deodorizer

I don't know about you, but I love it when my refrigerator is fresh and clean. I've used the traditional box of baking soda to keep smells in check in the refrigerator before, but I like this do-it-yourself deodorizer better. I think it works better than baking soda too… it uses ground coffee beans. I always loved the smell of coffee. I can remember going to the super market with my mom as a kid and my very favorite aisle to walk down was the coffee aisle. I just loved that smell. The coffee also absorbs unpleasant odors in your refrigerator.


DIY Refrigerator Deodorizer
1 small mason jar
1 coffee filter
scissors
enough ground coffee beans to fill the jar

I used a small, short mason jar for this project with the widest mouth I could find. This allows maximum area to absorb smells.

This is so simple… Place coffee in mason jar. Place coffee filter over the mouth of the jar. Twist on the ring portion of the lid only. Trim excess coffee filter. Done!




Shake the jar every so often to release more of the smell. Replace the ground coffee beans every couple of months.

Enjoy your fresh and clean refrigerator!

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