I had an old dresser. Filled spaces with crumpled newspaper and placed containers of baking soda (plastic containers with small holes in lid). Left it for about 3 weeks. Worked rather well!
thanks for you’re answer.I will definitely try this as I have already got them here to start with.
Let it sit in the sunshine if possible as well. The sun kills a lot of the smells. I also like ODORid for smells in furniture. It can be found at hardware stores with the cleaning supplies. Spray it on and it neutralizes the smells.
If it's a built in, maybe place a dehumidifier near it or a fan on it for a while.
Thanks for replying
To big to sit outside although I like you’re idea of odorid long term hopefully for the smell.Haven't heard of that name and don’t know if I’m able to buy it in the uk but I will certainly try it after the baking soda as it sounds good and cause the house is so damp I am going to have to purchase a dehumidifier.
Old fashion charcoal in a closed paper bag or if you know of someone with a cat, kitty litter in a sock or panty hose leg.
How about odour eating insoles. They have activated charcoal in them. If they work on smelly shoes, the cabinet should be easy!!
Charcoal on newspaper is a great odor eliminator. Make sure you purchase the charcoal that is lighter fluid free.
I cheated and purchased these and they worked great.