Tuesday, 14 May 2013

Organize Your Fridge and Keep it Clean - Part 3

 In this sequence of articles I've provided useful and time-saving tips and methods for fridge organization which will help you keep your food fresh and within reach. We've previously shared with you well-structured and compresses information about how fridge organization should be made. Now, has come the time to share with you what professional cleaning companies from St Albans and all around Melbourne recommend for effective and fast refrigerator cleaning.

Avoiding unpleasant smells, spills and spoiled food stains in the fridge is one thing, but cleaning it is a totally different story. There is no spell you can cast on the fridge to prevent it from getting dirty, so cleaning will definitely be on your to-do list, if not this weekend, then at least the in the next month.

Let's have a look on the top cleaning techniques expert cleaners from St Albans recommend.

The first thing you need to take care of is getting all the food out of the fridge. Place the food in plastic boxes or containers and try to keep it cool. Otherwise, it can spoil very quickly, especially in the hot summer days. While on this, check if there are outdated products or spoiled food and throw it away. If you have a freezer section in the fridge, place the frozen products in a large pan to prevent them from soaking the counters.
Cleaning professionals say it's better that you use only natural cleaning products when dealing with spill and build up grime in the fridge. Make a mild mixture of baking soda mixed with a bit of water and white distilled vinegar, and apply in on the walls of the fridge letting it set in for a while and dissolve the grime debris. Wipe away the solution and the dirt with an old rag or towel and let the fridge dry before you put the food back in it.
If you haven't checked my previous posts, here is the time to do it. I strongly recommend that you read the article listed below, which precede this one.


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