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Spring Cleaning for Your Refrigerator

is officially here, and this is the time of the year when millions of
homeowners start making their spring cleaning list. If you are
looking for some projects to do around your house, consider giving
your refrigerator a thorough cleaning.
Inside and Out
first step to a clean refrigerator is to wipe it down with a soapy
rag, inside and out. Remove all food and clean the removable shelves
and drawers in the sink with a mild dish detergent. Then wipe the
interior and exterior of your refrigerator with a rag until all
spills, stains, and visible grime is gone. Dry everything off and put
the shelves and drawers back in your refrigerator.
Condenser Coils
was the last time (if ever) that you cleaned your refrigerator’s
condenser coils? These are located on the back of your refrigerator
and release heat as they cool the refrigerant that flows through
them. Clean them twice per year with your vacuum’s brush attachment
to keep your refrigerator running efficiently.
gasket is the rubber seal that runs along the perimeter of your
refrigerator door and is responsible for keeping the cold air from
leaking out. If you neglect to clean this, it could dry out and
crack, causing it to become ineffective. Wipe this area with a wet
soapy rag to remove any visible residue and coat it with a thin layer
of Vaseline to prevent it from drying out.
Keep a
close eye on the food that goes in your refrigerator and how long it
stays in there. Soiled and expired food can create strong odors that
stay behind long after the food is gone. It is a good idea to comb
through your refrigerator once a week and remove any expired foods.
If you
notice loud noises, humming, or leaking from your refrigerator while
cleaning it, call 24/7 Refrigerator Repair. We provide emergency
one-hour service to Long Island, New York City, and parts of New
Jersey and Connecticut. We are fully licensed and insured and have
over 75 years of experience; our phone lines are always open so call
anytime at 866-782-9376.

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