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Deodorizing Your Drain

With guests coming over to celebrate the holidays, the last thing that you want to worry about is a foul order coming from your kitchen sink.

Baking Soda Solution

A quick way to eliminate sink odor is to clean you drain with baking soda.  To do so, pour one cup of baking soda into your sink drain.  Let it soak for 15 – 20 minutes and then flush the baking soda through the drain with a large pan of boiling water.  Be sure to also clean your drain stopper, where odors can tend to linger.  Finally, eliminate any remaining smells in your sink pipes with a commercial drain cleaning solution.

Preventing A Smelly Sink

Once your drain has been cleaned, put a stop to future sink stench with these simple prevention tips.

  • Attempt to prevent food from going down the drain whenever possible by making sure that your sink stopper fits properly and that it is emptied into the trash after each use.


  • If food does go down the drain, be sure to rinse thoroughly with plenty of water to help propel food or particles past the sink’s trap.


  • Occasionally wipe your sink with a towel or sponge saturated in undiluted vinegar to help eliminate sink basin smells.  Rinse thoroughly with warm water.


  • Grind a lemon or orange peel in your kitchen’s garbage disposal to help release citric acid and eliminate smell, while simultaneously cleaning your garbage disposal blades.

Still have a stinky sink?  We can help – call us today for a sink-scent solution!