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How to Keep a Refrigerator Clean and Smelling Fresh Check your refrigerator daily. Look for any food items that have spilled and if you find any then do a quick spot check. Meaning, you clean only that specific spill up as best as you can without removing everything from the fridge. Look for any food that has... 顯示更多 How to Keep a Refrigerator Clean and Smelling Fresh
Check your refrigerator daily.
Look for any food items that have spilled and if you find any then do a quick spot check. Meaning, you clean only that specific spill up as best as you can without removing everything from the fridge.

Look for any food that has spoiled or gone bad and remove it immediately.

Make sure that a random family member hasn't pushed something time sensitive to the back of the fridge where it has gone unnoticed and is slowly going bad and stinking up the fridge.Once a week check the entire fridge over and even the freezer while your at it.

Look for any food items that might be expired.

If you do find expired items remove them immediately.

Don't forget to recycle all of the jars, jugs, bottles and plastic bags. Virtually everything is recyclable and believe me it is well worth the hassle to recycle. Future generations of all species will thank you.Keep baking soda on hand to use specifically for your refrigerator.

Baking soda is known to absorb odors. Foods like garlic and hard boiled eggs can smell up your fridge and can even make other foods taste a little bit off.

To avoid this you can open a box of baking soda as the package directs and place this on the door of your fridge. It will soak up any strong smells, that pungent foods might give off.

Change out boxes of baking soda, once every other month or as needed.

Don't use baking soda for any other purposes if it has been used in the fridge. After removing it from the fridge it should be thrown out into the garbage.Clean your refrigerator every 6 months.

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