Although my refrigerator is only one in a long and distinguished list of areas around my house that reek, tackling the remnant scents of curdled milk and decomposed lettuce with a Kuro Cube is probably a decent place to begin my quest to expunge the foul odors in my life. (Next up: that chick in my building who permeates the common hallways and elevator with her morning dousing of patchouli.)
Using all-natural, powdered and compressed white charcoal from Korean oak, the Kuro Cube absorbs unwanted gasses and air pollutants without the assistance of chemicals or other artificial substances. It can maintain its effectiveness for up to 5 years with occasional exposure to sunlight, which dries the cube out and resets its absorption capacity. At only 2.4" x 2.4" x 2.4" in size, the geometric phenom also finds air purification success in other small spaces, such as closets, drawers, and vehicles. Hmmm...maybe if I buy two, I can freshen my fridge and get my dates to stop asking me why my car smells like sweaty feet dipped in borscht.