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Old 12-25-2009, 11:24 AM  
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Try putting coal in a cup inside the refrigerator. This will suck the foul smell inside your ref. I also use baking soda once in a while but this thing seems to lose its absorbing power by one day only. Coal is more effective. If you really want to use baking soda, I bet its meant to be use for scrubbing the ref when you try to clean it.



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Old 01-14-2010, 10:36 PM  
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Try putting coal in a cup inside the refrigerator. This will suck the foul smell inside your ref. I also use baking soda once in a while but this thing seems to lose its absorbing power by one day only. Coal is more effective. If you really want to use baking soda, I bet its meant to be use for scrubbing the ref when you try to clean it.
I tried to use a coal before to remove the bad smell on our fridge. And I believe it worked well. Anyway, thanks for the good advice Nestor!
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