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My husband went outside to our big freezer the other day. It is in a room of the house that is not accessible from inside (thank goodness). He opened the door and was assaulted by the smell of rotten meat. The freezer had probably been standing open a week. We were able to get the smell out of the freezer with baking soda, newspaper, and charcoal. How do we get the smell out of a small cinderblock room? It is awful! I can smell it before I open the door and I have a cold. I have the door open attempting to air it out, but any suggestions would be great.
Miranda from AR
By Brenda from OH
It has to be fresh coffee grounds. Use very liberally. (01/30/2006)
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