How Do I Clean My Refrigerator

| March 21, 2011 | 0 Comments

Vintage 1927 GE RefrigeratorImage by beautifulcataya via Flickr

  • To help eliminate odors fill a small bowl with charcoal ( the kind used for potted plants) and place it on a shelf in the refrigerator. It adsorbs odors rapidly.
  • An open box of baking soda will absorb food odors for at least a month or two.
  • A little vanilla poured on a piece of cotton and placed in the refrigerator will eliminate odors.
  • To prevent mildew from forming, wipe with vinegar. The acid effectively kills the mildew fungus.
  • Use a glycerine-soaked cloth to wipe sides and shelves. Future spills wipe up easily. After the freezer is defrosted, coat the inside coils with glycerine. The next time you defrost, the ice will loosen quickly and drop off in sheets.

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