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Nonozy22

  17 months ago

Natural Products For Cleaning A refrigerator

Natural products can be very useful when cleaning a refrigerator, and they are safe ways to keep the appliance clean and hygienic. Regular baking soda can be great for removing stains and absorbing bad odours, while white vinegar is good for cleaning any stainless steel elements, including refrigerator doors if you have a stainless steel model.

Having an empty fridge makes the process so much easier, and removes the possibility of contamination.Take out all removable parts, such as shelves and drawers. Fill a basin with warm water and regular dishwashing soap and leave these parts to soak before wiping and rinsing.Wipe all surface areas either with commercial wipes, or with a combination of dishwashing soap and warm water. Use a microfibre cloth or a good quality sponge – these cleaning tools will not fall apart and leave little particles behind in the fridge.For stubborn stains, mix a small amount of baking soda with a little water to produce a thick paste. Apply the paste to the stain and leave for an hour before wiping with a damp sponge or cloth. The baking soda should loosen the stain, making it easy to wipe away.

https://www.cleanipedia.com/ae/en/kitchen-cleaning/how-should-i-clean-my-refrigerator.html

How do you clean your fridge? I use handy Andy most of the time it cleans and make the fridge smell nice all day.
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Meg.H

  17 months ago
I try to wipe out my fridge when it starts getting a little bit messy, I would use the water left over from the dishes or I wipe it down with a warm wet cloth. Reply
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Glo2000

  17 months ago
Just sunlight liquid. Only use handy Andy occasionally Reply
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philidam2

  17 months ago
I only use bicarb and lemon water Reply
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Rhandzu

  17 months ago
I use Handy Andy Reply
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Lisa-Anne

  17 months ago
Bicarbonate soda and white vinegar Reply
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mnetshiozwi_6782

  17 months ago
I use handy Andy as well. Reply
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Wendy-M

  17 months ago
Lemon and vinegar solution I use in a steamer.....1 2 3 and its clean and defrosted Reply
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J5080351l

  17 months ago
Also that and something non expensive we gets locally Reply
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Busisiwe

  17 months ago
I also use handy and or sunlight dish washing liquid Reply
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