Removing a Chemical Fragrance from Freezer?

I purchased a used fridge, and the freezer has an overpowering floral cleaning product scent. I have washed it numerous times and tried baking soda, but it still smells like air freshener. It's not disgusting, but I'd like to get rid of it so my food doesn't taste like Glade. Any suggestions?

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By Melanie from Philadelphia, PA

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October 10, 20120 found this helpful

You can try using loosely wadded up newspaper and/or activated charcoal. These have gotten some really nasty smells out for me. I never tried using it in a freezer though. Sometimes it requires several treatments so don't give up after the first try.

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