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How to Clean Your Refrigerator

How to Clean Your Refrigerator and Remove the Odors – BE GREEN
If you have a bad smell coming from your refrigerator, chances are something has moved beyond its prime. Take that as your cue to do a little spring cleaning. Spills should always be cleaned right away, but chances are you don’t clean your refrigerator often. You are not the only one! Make it a habit to clean it out at least once every three months to keep the bacteria away, or sooner if there is a bad odor coming from your refrigerator.

fridgeFollow these short tips for a quick and easy green clean:

  • Remove everything and toss out any old/expired food – check the label on everything.
  • Remove all the drawers and place in the sink. Sponge with hot water and soap. Let them air dry.
  • Fill up a spray bottle with a mix of 50/50 white distilled vinegar and water and do a thorough clean of the interior of the refrigerator. For crevices and seals, use a toothbrush with the 50/50 mix.
  • Return the food back to the refrigerator, wiping down all the containers, bottles, jars, etc.
  • Spray the exterior of the refrigerator, door, handles, sides, and the top.
  • Place a box of baking soda inside the refrigerator to keep it smelling clean.

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