REFRIGERATOR DEODORIZATION TIPS

Update: 2022/05/20
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We are an Outdoor Cooler Cart manufacturer, and here we […]

We are an Outdoor Cooler Cart manufacturer, and here we share with you how to deodorize your refrigerator.  

Remove all food from the refrigerator. Search all spaces in the refrigerator, including shelves, drawers, and door compartments, etc., to get all organic items out. Take a close look at all of your food, and if you notice any spoiled, spoiled, or smelly food, throw it all in the trash. Most of the time, odors in the refrigerator stem from spoiled food. [2]  

Start the cleanup and aim to finish it within 4 hours. Experts warn that food left out for more than four hours may spoil or be unfit for consumption.  

While cleaning out the refrigerator, put all the food you plan to keep in the incubator. Food that has not spoiled can be kept outside the refrigerator for a long time, but the specific time is related to the total amount of food stored in the refrigerator and the time to clean the refrigerator. To keep good foods from going bad, keep them in an incubator while you clean out the refrigerator. Refrigerated food will stay cold for a while as long as the lid is sealed. [3]  

Put some ice packs in the incubator if it's left for more than 60 minutes. This preserves the food well.  

Scrub the sides of the refrigerator with the baking soda solution. Dissolve 1 cup (128 grams) of baking soda in 3.8 liters of warm water. Dip a regular dishwashing sponge in the baking soda solution, wring it lightly to remove the moisture, and use it to scrub the inside of the refrigerator. Clean the inside of each side of the refrigerator. Soak, scrub, and remove any remaining food stains. [4]  

If the baking soda solution doesn't work, or if the water is full of food scraps, discard the baking soda solution and make a new one. Remove shelves, drawers, and other removable items from the refrigerator. Remove all items that are not fixed in the refrigerator, including drawers and shelves for fruits and vegetables, etc. Rinse all the parts you removed with a baking soda solution, and re-install them in the refrigerator after drying them out. [5]  

Be sure to keep an eye on the underside of the fruit and vegetable drawer. Sometimes food scraps and juices can accumulate under the fruit and vegetable drawer, causing unpleasant odors.

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