For your garbage disposal I have a couple of tips. One thing is just let the water run longer, put the water www.lasvegasappliancemasters.com/ on full blast and cold and after you put your food in here and turn the unit on, just let it run for even fifteen seconds or so, after you feel like it's ground up.
The more water, the more it allows the blades to push all the debris off the inside of the unit. You are going to have less particle sitting in there to decay and to cause odor. Another thing you could do, when you are doing your dishes, if you are using this side of the sink and you're covering it with the plug, just let it fill with soapy water and then when you drain the side of the sink, turn on the unit and let that soap do its job.
But one thing that really cleans the blades and the inside of the unit is once a month, if you could take some white vinegar and freeze it in your ice cube tray, by putting this into the drain and just putting your water on, let it grind and then shut it off, let that vinegar stay in side of the unit for fifteen-twenty minutes and that acid in the vinegar will break down particles, it will destroy odor and it does a great job with cleaning the blades.
The other thing you could do once a month is if you use baking soda in your refrigerator to absorb odor, they actually recommend that once a month you replace the baking soda. So you can pour half of the container down your garbage disposal, take a little white vinegar and pour on top of it and just let it bubble and fizz, you can turn the unit on for just two or three seconds, so that you spin this mixture on the inside and especially underneath this baffle. And just let it sit again fifteen-twenty minutes and that will break down a lot of bacteria that causes odor. So if you do this once a month, you eliminate your odor problem.