Tips to clean the refrigerator

The refrigerator since its invention, has preserved food longer, previously had to be purchased and consumed immediately, such as meat and dairy products and now with the invention of frozen food, we can have more variety of them without having to go daily to the market or grocery store.

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But for it to work properly we will have to maintain, keep clean and hygienic inside and take care that the foods that are deposited on it, be prepared to cool or freeze.

The refrigerator spends about 575 watts per hour, but this increases when we do not give maintenance or do not use it properly. Now think of the millions of homes, businesses or restaurants that exist and have at least one of them. Pollution and energy expenditure is enormous.

The good thing is that there is a simple trick to speed up this step and is even recommended by the same companies that manufacture these appliances.

All you have to do is place a pot or bowl with hot water in the freezer and close the door. The vapor given off by the hot water will help the defrosting process. You can change the water if necessary.

Instead, it’s counterproductive to use a hair dryer, as this may cause damage to the walls of the refrigerator. Before you begin this procedure, do not forget to unplug the appliance.

When it is completely free of ice, you just have to pass a grille, cloth or sponge dipped in a mixture of detergent and water. In the rinse water can add a few drops of vinegar, will be shinier. You can also dilute some baking soda in water to use as a cleaner (the ratio is 2 tablespoons of baking soda in 2 liters of water).

Do not use toxic or abrasive products such as ammonia. The water with detergent or soap will suffice. Finally let dry the walls so that no liquid is inside the refrigerator, and wait about 1 hour before you plug in the device.

Furthermore, we should not put any food inside until its do not pass at least 30 minutes.

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