You don’t even want to know the amount of bacteria growing inside your trash can. “Even if you’re constantly swapping out bags, your trash can is bound to end up with spills, dirt and germs in it,” notes Tanu Grewal, Chief Cleaning Officer at AlEn USA. “An all-purpose cleaner usually does the trick, just give a few sprays and wipe down both the inside and outside of the container.” If you’re dealing with an especially stinky bin, she personally likes to use products with pine-oil since it’s tough on grease, can remove any stuck on food, and smells fantastic to fill your house with a natural aroma.
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