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musty smell

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I'm slowly but surely getting everything I need to start my build: Frigde, cold smoke genenartor parts, 1500 watt element, PID ....(I will post some pics once i get off this god forbidden road trip) What I was wondering is what to use to get rid of the musty smell inside my fridge. It's a GE deluxe i would guess its 60 to 70 years old and has a smell to it. Not real bad but "musty". Would baken soda work?

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Diluted bleach will kill most mold and disinfect the surfaces

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Perfect thanks for the help........

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Diluted bleach will kill most mold and disinfect the surfaces


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Bleach kills everything even me sometimes.

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Once you clean it out with the bleach, let it dry out and then wipe it down with a damp rag with some vannilla extract on it and it will get rid of the bleach smell.  That's what I use on my coolers and it is a great odor eliminator.

 

Barry.


Edited by biteme7951 - 1/25/12 at 7:59am
post #7 of 9

Never thought about the vanilla!  I have used lemon juice before or a box of baking soda.  Thanks for the good idea

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Originally Posted by biteme7951 View Post

Once you clean it out with the bleach, let it dry out and then wipe it down with a damp rag with some vannilla extract on it and it will get rid of the bleach smell.  That's what I use on my coolers and it is a great oder eliminator.

 

Barry.

Cool idea. I usually just use a strong baking soda wash, and re-rince
 

 

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As always thanks..........You guys are the problem solvers.............

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