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Out of all the chores on your to-do list, cleaning the refrigerator is one of the easiest to forget.
In fact, you probably won’t realize it’s time to clean your fridge until you start smelling a questionable blend of spoiled milk, balsamic vinegar, and last week’s Chinese takeout.
You should wipe down your fridge’s shelves once a week, but if you still can’t remove that questionable odor from your kitchen, it might be time to call in some reinforcements.
That’s where Moso’s deodorizing bags come in. We’ve already told you that its mini purifying bags can help keep your shoes smelling fresh, but the brand has another version meant for your fridge. Each bag is filled with the company’s signature bamboo charcoal that’s comparable to a sponge — it’s porous enough to let air pass through and trap pungent odors inside.
Moso claims the charcoal it uses can keep your fridge, cooler, or freezer smelling fresh for up to two years.
If you’re short on fridge space, the bag comes with a suction cup, which you can attach to its side instead of taking up valuable shelf space.
No matter how great a product sounds, it’s only worth buying if it delivers on its promise. With over 200 5-star reviews on Amazon and a 4.6/5 rating on the site, Moso’s bags do just that. A lot of the customers who reviewed the bags said they worked better than sticking a box of baking soda in the fridge.
It’s important to keep your fridge clean, and it seems as though Moso’s bags make it easy to keep fridge odors to a minimum.
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