HG Hygienic Fridge Cleaner, Interior Refrigerator Cleanser & Odour Neutraliser, for Streak Free Shine with No Residue – 500ml Spray (335050106)

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HG Hygienic Fridge Cleaner, Interior Refrigerator Cleanser & Odour Neutraliser, for Streak Free Shine with No Residue – 500ml Spray (335050106)

HG Hygienic Fridge Cleaner, Interior Refrigerator Cleanser & Odour Neutraliser, for Streak Free Shine with No Residue – 500ml Spray (335050106)

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Make sure you pay particular attention to the grooves on the sides of the fridge interior where the shelves rest, as they can be hotspots for dirt. A cotton bud is a handy tool for getting into crevices like these and can also be handy for fiddly places, such as the drip hole (more tips on this later). Bins will also catch any spills making it easier to clean them, rather than the whole fridge should you have a mishap. Lots of people wonder what to clean a fridge with. The answer is that it’s best not to use lots of chemical products inside your fridge as these can release odours which could be absorbed by your food. When you decide it's time for a deep clean, try and time it for when you have as little food in the fridge as possible. The day before your scheduled big shop would be ideal. It will mean less work emptying the fridge and you won't have to find space to put your food while you're cleaning. Why it's important to clean your fridge regularly

Tip: We’ve suggested vinegar to clean the fridge, but you can also use bicarbonate of soda (baking soda) – keep reading to find out how. Wash out the tank It should be a fairly simple task to detach the tank inside the fridge, wash it with soapy water, dry it off and refit it. If you've come this far, you may as well go all the way and learn how to clean a freezer if you refrigerator has one as part of it. First things first: place a towel at the bottom of the freezer to absorb any water that spills when you defrost it. In most cases cleaning wipes like Cif multipurpose wipes will do the job perfectly well. You can also use these to wipe down the door handle (which is worth doing as it’s one of the most germ-ridden places in the kitchen). Joyce adds: 'If your fridge is stainless steel, use professional stainless-steel cleaners and wipe in the direction of the grain and dry to prevent streaking.'Use lukewarm soapy water to clean the fridge's interior surfaces. If you prefer a more natural cleaning solution, consider a vinegar spray (water with white vinegar) or a paste mix of bicarbonate of soda and water. It's a smaller container than most, so you may need to replenish often if your kitchen is full of stainless steel. It's also a bit expensive, especially if you are a frequent user. Like most polishes, you’ll need a separate buffing cloth, which adds to the overall cost of use.

From milk spills and cake crumbs to forgotten fruit at the bottom of the crisper drawer, fridges can soon start to look messy and smell funny. But with a little care and attention, the hardest working appliance in your kitchen can look like new again. You can use vinegar or bicarbonate of soda to clean the fridge, but if you don't have those handy, try the following: And if you want to avoid cleaning your shelves, drawers, and fridge bins in soapy water, swap it out for a couple of tablespoons of bicarbonate of soda in warm water.

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Clean it all up so you’re ready to reload.It might seem silly to have zones in your refrigerator, but this helps me not only remember where things belong, but it’s helpful to other family members and guests who are helping out in the kitchen.' Smells and stains are bad enough, but the presence of harmful bacteria in many fridges should be a wake-up call to set aside some time to clean your fridge. Keep your fridge exterior sparkling clean by using a mild solution of soap and warm water. Give special attention to those areas which attract fingerprints, such as handles and ice dispensers. Ideally, this should be done around once a week to keep germs at bay. Next, fill a cheap spray bottle with equal parts of warm water and distilled vinegar and spray the freezer walls. Use a soft cloth to work the water/vinegar mix into the surfaces, then dry thoroughly.



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