Get Rid Of That Smell From The Jar

Recycling A Glass bottle saves enough energy to light a 100-Watt bulb for four hours.

By: Annie Pascual-Guerrero

In today’s generation there’s a much needed to recycle or re-use anything that we can think we can still use in our everyday lives. In that way, we are contributing to the environment. I know recycling can’t be enough to preserve our Mother nature, we have to admit that aside from recycling, we can still do more to our environment like saving electrical energy or tree planting or simply picking up those garbage in the street and put them in the trash can. Anyway, we will talk about Jars today or bottle container. Inasmuch as we need to re-use the jars, however the smell is just so unbearable no matter how we clean it, do you experience those scenario that sometimes we just ended up with throwing them in the trash can? So here’s how to make them clean and to get rid of the bad smell. Soak your jars in hot, soapy water for 3 hours. Use strong ingredients of deodorizing soap.

One way also is through baking soda, put a little bit of water until it would become like a paste and scrub it to the jars. Or leave some baking soda inside the jar for two hours.

If there is still that bad smell, try pour 3/4 hot water in the bottle, then pour vinegar on it, the vinegar will be the one to fill in the bottle and let it stay there overnight.

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