There’s nothing worse than stepping into your kitchen and getting a whiff of that rotten garbage disposal odor.

There is no denying the convenience of having a garbage disposal! It simplifies chores in the kitchen and alleviates having to dig through mucky dish water to drain the sink.  Unfortunately frequent use of the appliance can sometimes lead to foul odors.  The good news is that it’s not your fault and it’s entirely treatable. The smell you are experiencing is usually caused by excess oils and grease left behind from the food you put down the disposal.

Getting rid of the oder is easy with a little help from Maxx’s Products’s line of defense.  Especially on those tough to get rid food waste particles that often stick in tight spaces like under your impeller blades.

Here’s how to get rid of stinky smell from food residue in your disposal.

Solving this problem is as simple as pouring Maxx’s Products’s Drain Buzz Garbage Disposal Cleaner & Deodorizer into your kitchen sink. The best news is that it’s all natural and will not only get rid of any lingering bad odor, but also prevent them from happening again.

Follow up monthly or as needed with Drain Buzz Garbage Disposal Cleaner & Deodorizer to ensure keeping our disposal clean and fresh!

Preventing Bad Smells Has Never Been So Easy!

Now that you know how easy it is to eliminate the garbage disposal smell, prevention is the best cure. The best course of action is regular maintenance with Drain Buzz to cut down on the accumulated food residue that causes the foul odors.

With regular care and a bit of attention your garbage disposal will never be a hassle. Even better you will never have to even think about calling a plumber.

So say goodbye to those rotten smells for good and purchase Drain Buzz Garbage Disposal Cleaner & Deodorizer today!

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