How To Get Rid Of Nasty Christmas Cooking Smells 

When listing Christmas smells, many of us will immediately think of the comforting scents of cinnamon and mulled wine. There are however some pretty unappetising festive food odours to contend with, as any home cook will no doubt know.

How To Get Rid Of Nasty Christmas Cooking Smells

Polly Shearer, interiors expert at Drench, suggested: "Plug-in air fresheners are a great way to circulate fresh-smelling air throughout the kitchen without being too overpowering, and they are also cost-effective.

Invest In Some Plug-in Air Fresheners And Scented Candles

Boiling some cinnamon sticks makes for a natural, thrifty air freshener, which masks cooking smells while filling your home with all the fragrances of a true winter wonderland.

Boil Up Some Cinnamon Sticks

Stronger-smelling Christmas foods, such as meat or sprouts need to be tightly sealed in containers to ensure smells don't leak out into the kitchen.

Store Food In Tight Containers

Scents from a kitchen can quickly spread to other parts of your home, which can be particularly annoying if you live in a flat. Fortunately, there are ways to keep these contained.

Make Sure To Close The Doors Leading Out Of The Kitchen

As well as disinfecting your basin after a pile of washing up, a pouring of Zoflora can help minimise any foul smells coming out of your sink.

Pour Some Zoflora Down Your Kitchen Sink After Washing Up

A famously handy cleaning product, white wine vinegar also does the trick when it comes to neutralising unwanted smells.

Whip Up A White Wine Vinegar Mixture

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