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This $4 kitchen spray totally eliminates cooking odors from fish, garlic, bacon and more

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Even if you love to cook, you may not love the lingering smells of your meal. Salmon tastes delicious, but you probably don’t want to smell it all day long. Of course, you can try burning candles or opening a window when you cook. However, Febreze launched a new spray in July that specifically targets kitchen odors — and it really works.

Febreze AIR Kitchen, $3.99

Credit: Target
Credit: Target

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Febreze AIR Kitchen spray has a crisp lemon scent, and with a few sprays, your kitchen can smell fresh again. According to the brand, the spray contains two times more of its odor-fighting ingredients compared to its other products, so it can tackle even the strongest smells, including bacon, garlic, onions and, yes, fish.

I personally tried this spray out because I’m obsessed with making my home smell clean. That said, it’s often easier said than done. I live in a small NYC apartment, and whenever I cook, no matter what it is, my entire apartment smells like the meal well into the next day. Although, after giving the Febreze AIR Kitchen spray a try, I can say that it absolutely works. I also like that it’s water-based and 100% natural, especially if I’m spraying it in a room where I cook food and eat. Plus, the lemon scent isn’t too powerful.

You can get Febreze AIR Kitchen online at Target for $3.99 and try it for yourself. The next time you cook, keep the spray close by and give the room a spritz when you’re done.

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