The Fridge

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It’s all to easy to shut the fridge door to hide the mess inside. It looks clean from the outside, because it’s all out of sight. But really, it’s all too easy to let things accumulate in the fridge. And that’s an unhealthy habit.

If there are things in the back of the fridge slowly going off, then the fridge is going to be unhygienic. There will be bacteria that will affect anything we put in this space. we don’t want this bacteria near the food we eat, so it is essential to keep the fridge clean.

We should make fridge cleaning a regular part of our house cleaning. This prevents the issues from accumulating.

Fridge Cleaning

It is easier to clean the fridge when it is nearly empty. But this is difficult as we need to keep the contents of the fridge cool. On solution is to clean section, perhaps one shelf, at a time.
Use natural cleaners like Bi Carb of soda and vinegar. Never use harsh chemicals as these can contaminate food in the fridge.
Remove shelves from the fridge, if possible. You can clean these outside, or in the shower.
Use a stiff bristle brush to clean difficult stains or built up grime. Use an old toothbrush for small areas.
There should be a drain hole at the back of the fridge. Clean this ever few week with some bicarb and soda.
Use a commercial freshener to keep the fridge smelling pleasant. Or use some cut onions to soak up the smell. try wiping down the interior of the fridge with vanilla essence.
Clean our ice from the freezer section if possible. a hair-dryer might help soften the ice, or use warm water.


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