Help keep your kitchen sink smelling fresh with this fun-looking cleaner

Taylor Bell

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Now that spring is officially here, what better time than now to do some spring cleaning? And with many people indoors, there’s no excuse for procrastinating.

While your entire home may need some deep cleaning, your kitchen is a great place to start. And there’s one thing that we often forget to clean until there’s a bad smell permeating the sink: the garbage disposal.

It goes without saying that this household appliance is very important. But how many times do we actually disinfectant it? According to a post by the Today Show, you should aim to clean your garbage disposal every week. And one easy (and fun) way to do so is through the Glisten Disposer Care Foaming Cleaner.

It’s a biodegradable packet that you toss into your disposal that can help remove the “odor-causing buildup” trapped inside. According to the product description, it helps “clean and scrub the disposal blades, sidewalls” as well as “under the splash guard.”

Shop: Glisten Disposer Care Foaming Cleaner, $5.49

What makes it fun is its blue foamy solution. It works its way through your disposal and drain pipes to cut through grease among other things causing buildup. In the process, the foam may rise back up the sink. Once the foam dissolves (which may take about one to two minutes), that’s your cue that the cleaning is all done.

To use, just toss the packet in the disposal, trickle a little water into the sink, turn on the disposal and let Glisten do all the work.

So, whether you’re looking for a low-lift way to clean your disposal or just want to get rid of the foul smell coming from your sink, Glisten Disposer Care Foaming Cleaner might be the cleaning solution for you.

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