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Onion Smell in My Apartment?

I recently went a BBQ and brought home a hamburger (fully cooked) with some raw onions that I put on top as leftovers. Getting the late night munchies, I microwaved both last night to heat them up and now my whole apartment the minute I step inside the door reeks of onions. I have already sprayed some Febreze in all rooms of the apartment and lit some incense. It's helping a bit but the smell still lingers.

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Any thoughts or suggestions?

Thanks in advance

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By Cari (Guest Post)
August 31, 20060 found this helpful

Try placing dishes of vinegar or baking soda around the apartment. Both will remove strong odors.

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September 1, 20060 found this helpful

try out the new air spray thats quite good
charlotte

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September 1, 20060 found this helpful

Thank you Cari and Char ---

Both of your suggestions were great. I tried the baking soda idea (something I already have in the cupboard) and it seems to be working its magic.

Its wonderful to have people offer down-to-earth suggestions that are quite helpful.

Thanks again --- MATT

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January 18, 20190 found this helpful

open windows

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September 1, 20060 found this helpful

I hope you don't think this is an ad but in all honesty, I would burn one of my mia bella candles and yes I do sell them. You can check them out at http://www.scentedcandlesclub.com The scent is very strong and it will get rid of any bad smell. I use them all the time when there is a bad smell.

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September 1, 20060 found this helpful

I keep on hand a spray of citrus (lemon or lime)obtained from a beauty supply house, that helps with any kind of smelly odors-- I spray the returns of my heater/air conditioner-- works wonderfly. I also carry it with me when traveling-- musty motel rooms you know-- do the same-- spray the returns-- I love it!--

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How strong is it? I retired from CICU (Coronary Intensive Care Unit)-- which was next door to MICU (Medical Intensive Care Unit)-- and I'm sorry to say that they had lots of GI bleeder patients--which you have to experience to believe- the spray helped us tolerate the oder.
good luck

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By Rosa (Guest Post)
September 1, 20060 found this helpful

Try cotton balls soaked in vanilla, works wonders - we went camping and crabbin one time, and whole camper, fridge and coolers smelled BAD !!! I put vanilla cotton balls all over camper and in fridge, smell was all gone in a couple of days. Rose

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By Martha Beaudry (Guest Post)
September 1, 20060 found this helpful

Matt,

You need to get a Vanilla Candle. Light it and it should take all the smells away.

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Works for me.

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September 2, 20061 found this helpful

I always use the earlier mentioned suggestion of putting dishes of baking soda and/or vinegar out. They absorb odors. Febreze is great but only for fabrics, not air. An odor neutralizer spray works, like Oust. Candles are great but i think your apartment may smell like onions and candles until you get rid of the onion smell. Last but not least, open windows and use exhaust fans! Good luck.

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November 7, 20180 found this helpful

Why in the world would you want to get rid of that lovely fragrance? The only better one is the fragrance of Garlic! I am not being sarcastic, I really enjoy both of those odors! It just shows that there are a great variety of opinions in this wonderful United States and not all of them are political!

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