Q: I live in a flat in an old home that was built in 1903. The kitchen is mostly updated, but there is little to no ventilation. We do a lot of cooking. Our bedroom is right next to the kitchen and our clothing seems to absorb all of our cooking smells, despite closing all the doors we can.
In the winter, leaving the window open isn't really an option. I'm not sure what else to try. Anyone out there have a clever solution? Any help is appreciated!
(Note: We don't have laundry onsite, so my obsessive compulsive desire to wash everything daily unfortunately cannot be achieved!)
Sent by Lindsay
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