We all know how difficult it is to clean our fridge.
When you’re not home, you often don’t have the energy or time to clean it.
But if you want to keep your home smelling fresh, clean and fresh, we’ve put together a handy guide to make the process as simple and easy as possible.
First things first, clean the fridge.
Make sure the top is dry.
Don’t leave it unattended, and you should also avoid touching the base of the fridge, which will make it sticky.
Next, grab a pair of tweezers, and a small hammer.
Next you’ll need to pry open the lid of the refrigerator.
Once you have a good grip, you should be able to pull the top of the lid open and see the contents.
If the contents are on the inside of the case, this is okay, because the case can hold the contents, so you can use them in the freezer if you need to.
Next open the fridge and turn on the air purifiers.
The air purification process is much easier when you have the fridge open and there’s plenty of room for the air to circulate.
If there’s a lot of air in the fridge with a lot going on, it’s going to make cleaning harder.
To make sure that the air is circulating, open the freezer and check for air bubbles.
If you find them, you’ll know the air purge is complete.
Next remove the fridge from the freezer, and allow the air outside to circulate through the air vents and into the refrigerator before turning on the freezer again.
If everything is well-chosen, you may want to seal the freezer door.
We’ll be using an air purger with a metal blade to do this.
Once the air in your fridge has been cleared, turn off the air filter and turn the air on to your fridge.
Next we’ll check the air quality inside.
The cleaner the air, the more beneficial it is for the microbes that live in the air.
If your fridge smells clean and the air tastes clean, then you have an air quality that is good for your fridge and good for the bacteria.
It’s also a good idea to add some fresh air to the air conditioner if you have one, because this will help to circulate the air around the fridge to keep the air from condensing into your fridge’s air pocket.
To test for air quality, open a door on your fridge that opens up into the living room.
Take a small amount of the air inside and place it on the floor.
Take another small amount and place the same amount of air inside the door and then turn the door back on.
If this smells clean, the air has been filtered and you’re ready to start cleaning the air for the next air purify.
Make certain the air you’re removing is free of any odors.
This will help the air circulate and allow your bacteria to grow.
Next put some fresh towels or other clean towels inside the fridge in case you need them for the first time.
We also recommend using a disposable mask.
Once your fridge is cleaned, you can either use a small air purifer, or a small vacuum cleaner.
You’ll probably want to use a smaller air purifer if you’re cleaning your fridge, or you may not want to.
The first time you vacuum your fridge with your vacuum cleaner, you’re going to have to clean the air off the top.
This can be quite a pain.
The next time you clean your fridge by hand, you want the air coming out of the top clean.
After the air passes the first layer of dust and then the second layer of dirt, you have about 30 minutes to remove the dirt and dust.
If we’re going by the cleaning instructions, it will take about 30 seconds to completely clean the top layer of the food.
Cleaning is so important, because even though the air comes out clean, there are still some contaminants that will get into your food and make it odourier.
You can try using a small plastic bag to help get rid of any leftover dust, and then try cleaning the fridge by using a large vacuum cleaner or a regular vacuum.
The only way to guarantee the air will stay clean and free of odours is to do all the steps correctly.
Once everything is done, the fridge should smell clean and you can put it in the car or put it away.
If it’s not completely clean, it may take a few hours to clean, and it’s important that you try again.
The fridge will need to be in good condition before you can return it to use, but it should be usable in the long term.