How do I get the smell out of pickle and olive jars and their lids?

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  • Soak overnight in dish soap and vinegar then set in sun.

  • Redcatcec Redcatcec on Dec 06, 2018

    A good soaking in blue dawn dish soap and vinegar for 8-10 hours. Then air dry outside if weather permits.

    • Dana Dana on Dec 06, 2018

      Thank you...have not been trying the vinegar...thought that would only add to the issue...will try the suggestions here.

  • Lynn Sorrell Lynn Sorrell on Dec 06, 2018

    I just did some(glass), put Dawn dish in jar and lid(lay lid flat to hold liquid) then hotwater let sit overnight then rinse well and leave open to air out. If you have lid liner remove it and replace.Plastic jars might not work no matter what you use. It gets into plastic.

  • Rosel Kynast Rosel Kynast on Dec 06, 2018

    Put baking soda in the jar and close the lid,

    shake it around a couple time, let sit upside down

    for a day or so.

    Otherwise a crumbled up news paper will do the trick also, close the lid on this one too.