When it comes to cleaning, dishwashers are one of the most ignored appliances in the kitchen.
We’re all used to wiping up spills in the fridge and even setting our ovens to self-clean, but we often overlook the dishwasher.
As a result, having a smelly dishwasher is a common issue.
Dishwasher odours are usually generated by trapped food particles or grease.
Bacteria accumulates, making your dishwasher a breeding ground for bacteria and mildew.
White vinegar is an effective odour remover that is also fully natural and safe to use.
Baking soda can also be used to neutralise odours without the use of harsh chemical cleansers.
You can use both to disinfect your stinking dishwasher, but not at the same time.
Here’s how to do it:
To ensure that all of the baking soda dissolves, run a short cycle at the highest temperature setting.
This should get rid of any lingering dishwasher odours.