How to Clean a Refrigerator

How to Clean a Refrigerator

How to Clean a Refrigerator with DIY techniques!

Keeping your refrigerator clean is important for sanitary reason as well as for your health. It is really important for you to use a natural cleaning agent to keep it squeaky clean. I’m sharing the process I use to clean our fridge and I hope you can get some use and inspiration out of it. How to Clean a Refrigerator is part of the Home Organization 31 Day Detox Diet Series click to read more!

An excellent way to clean your refrigerator is to use natural ingredient since you do not want harsh chemicals inside your refrigerator but you do want to clean and rid that space of any harmful bacteria. Keeping harsh chemicals away from your food is the key.

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Chevron-2BDIY-2BFridge-2BShelf-2BLiner-2BTutorial-2BSWEET-2BHAUTEHere is one of the ways I keep my refrigerator clean and organized. I use these amazing DIY Fridge Shelf Liners. These shelf liners keep any debris at bay, making clean up much more time efficient. We have heavy, awkward shaped metal/glass shelf and taking them in and out is taxing. Previously I would wash them in the sink….now the majority of the mess is on the mat liners and I just wipe them down with a mild cleaner. Any debris left on the glass is minimal AND manageable compared to before.

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Supplies:

Natural/ Safe Cleaning Agent

Sponge {designated for fridge}

Towels / Paper Towels

Box of Baking Soda

Clear Bins- optional

Step 1: Empty everything out of the space.

Step 2: Spray down with Natural Spray Cleaner. See how I made our DIY Natural Spray All Purpose Cleaner here.

Step 3: Wipe away any debris.

Step 4: Organize items and replace them into categories, organized in refrigerator.

Step 5: Leave a open box of Baking Soda inside the refrigerator, use the old box to clean out the sink / drain/ garbage disposal in the process, baking soda is great to clean out the sink’s nooks and crannies!

TIPS:

-Cleaning up spilled messes while they are still wet it a must. Do not wait until it is dry.

-Throw out expired foods weekly/bi-weekly.

-Only keep and purchase foods that your family actually uses, do not keep clutter in the refrigerator.

16 fridge cleaning tips inside safely clean refrigeratorFor more ideas on how to Organize and Clean your Fridge click here.

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Enjoy!

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11 thoughts on “How to Clean a Refrigerator”

  • I love the shelf paper/contact paper. That is such a great idea. I love the glass, but it is so hard to keep clean with 3 kids. I could put some shelf paper down and be less crazy about it.

  • Allyson Bossie says:

    I really love the shelf paper. We are in the process of home shopping and buying a home, so when I am permanently in spot, I want to try this!

    • I did the shelf liner on ‘placemats’ then used them to line the glass.

  • OK those shelf liners are too cool. I need to do that with mine and thank you for sharing with us.

  • Molli vandehey says:

    my fridge is always so gross, i really needed some gudiance

  • I hate cleaning the fridge. These shelf liners sound like a great idea to me. I am going to give these a try. Thank you so much for sharing

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