Refrigerator-Cleaning Tips

In your childhood, have you ever wondered why there are charcoals inside your fridge? Maybe, it took you a while before you’ve learned their purpose, the same as I do. Well, charcoals are not just the common cleaning and odor eliminating items that you can use for your refrigerator. You can also use toothpaste, vanilla extract and a lot more. Check this out for more tips.

 

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Don’t be afraid — cleaning a refrigerator (and keeping it clean) isn’t a herculean task if you follow these tips:

  1. Create a homemade all-purpose cleaner by combining the following in a gallon of hot water: 1 cup clear ammonia, ½-cup vinegar and ¼-cup baking soda. Pour into a spray bottle, or use from a bowl with a sponge. This no-rinse formula is a degreaser that prevents mold and mildew. Wipe down the entire refrigerator with this solution, including the drawers and shelves.
  2. To prevent grease and odor buildup on top of the refrigerator after you’ve cleaned it, just buff some paste wax into the surface.
  3. Use toothpaste to remove tough stains. It contains a gentle abrasive and has a pleasant odor.

 

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