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Keeping Your Garbage Disposal Clean

Keeping your garbage disposal clean may also control foul odors and bacteria. When grinding food always use cold water as hot water tends to cause grease to liquefy and accumulate.
Try tossing a small bowl full of ice in into the garbage disposal. As the blades chop the ice cubes, the chips will help to remove grease build up and food particles which may be stuck to the blades. For weekly maintenance pour liquid soap into the garbage disposal while running the blades. You may also use baking soda and vinegar. Allow the bubbling action to do the dirty work. Finish off the job with a few shakes of lemon juice. An angled scrub brush makes it easy to clean the inside of the garbage disposal.Look for this brush in your local hardware or grocery store.

4 Comments to Keeping Your Garbage Disposal Clean:

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Carpet cleaning equipment on Friday, March 08, 2013 8:16 AM
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Skip Bins Brisbane on Tuesday, May 14, 2013 4:25 AM
Cleanliness is important factor in everywhere and Keeping Your Garbage Disposal Clean is really helpful topic by which we can clean may also control foul odors and bacteria.You shared here useful information.I appreciate it.Thanks for sharing such effective post.
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Ann Kamenicky on Wednesday, May 22, 2013 10:56 PM
Thank you! Please do.... such a nice comment.
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Packers & Movers on Wednesday, September 24, 2014 1:10 PM
There is nothing more exciting than finding the perfect home to move into. For both a first-time buyer and a seasoned homeowner it can be a great time but can be equally as stressful.
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