If necessary, vacuum the cabinets out with a handheld vacuum
You may be forgetting a few key chores if your list doesn’t include disinfecting the dish sponge, cleaning Rocky’s food bowl, or wiping down your refrigerator drawers. For example, when it comes to the dishwasher, Place a dishwasher-safe bowl or mug with one cup of white vinegar on the top rack and run a normal cycle without any detergent or dishes. Don’t forget your garbage cans. Taking out the trash may not solve your foul odor problem in the kitchen. Trashcans can harbor odors, liquids, and residue from your trash. While the can is empty, mix two cups of vinegar, one tablespoon of dish soap, and water into a spray bottle and spray both the interior and exterior of the can. For any caked-on food, you may need to use a scrub brush. Rinse the trash can and wipe it down to dry. Sprinkle baking soda in the bottom approximately once a week to deodorize. How long has it been since you cleaned your refrigerator? Soak all shelves, drawers, and racks in hot water and soap in the sink. Wipe the inside of the refrigerator with two tablespoons of baking soda mixed with hot water while they are soaking. Clean the shelves, drawers, and racks, dry them with a clean towel, and return them to the refrigerator. In a cutlery tray, crumbs, dust, and other things can accumulate. Don’t forget to remove everything and clean it out at least once a month. You should do the same with your cabinets and drawers. First, remove everything from the cabinets. If necessary, vacuum the cabinets out with a handheld vacuum. Mix warm water and soap, dip a dry cloth into the solution and wipe down the interior. Once complete, use another dry cloth to remove any excess moisture.