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Swap Baking Soda For Charcoal To Keep Fridge Odors At Bay
While baking soda is good at neutralizing acidic odors, it can't absorb many base odors. It also requires a large surface area to be effective, taking up space in
the refrigerator.
On the other hand, activated charcoal can trap both acidic and base odors — and it takes far less time than baking soda to perform its magic.
The charcoal can be spread evenly across a wide surface and left for two to three days to eliminate foul odors or placed in vented pouches or jars for everyday use.