We’ve all been there. Opened the fridge in the morning to be assaulted by the smell of last night’s dinner. Some food smells seem to escape the most airtight container we can find. So, what is the secret to a fridge that always smells good?
Before you start to tackle fridge
Put all the food into an esky, empty the shelves, pull them out and wipe them down with warm water and soap. Be sure to check your fridge manual with regards to what cleaning agents you can or can’t use. However, below are some natural cleaning agents known to absorb
Baking soda and water
Grandmas swear by baking soda for practically every domestic cleaning task. With very good reason. Make a thick paste using water and use a sponge to rub the shelves and sides of the fridge. The solid food particles will come off and you will start to see the stains getting lighter. Wipe off the paste with a clean damp cloth. Once you’ve dried the shelves and put everything back in, it’s a good idea to keep an open box of baking soda in the fridge door to tackle
Vinegar and water
This is another very popular cleaning agent. Vinegar is particularly effective for getting rid of strong
- Slices of lemon or cotton balls soaked in lemon can be put in a bowl on a shelf
- Some people swear by ground coffee beans to absorb strong
- If you
favoura sweet smell – cotton balls dipped in vanilla will do the trick.
Detergent and warm water
If you don’t want to use either baking soda or vinegar, just warm water with a couple of drops of dishwashing detergent will work well. In that case, you can soak the shelves in the bathtub to remove caked food.
If you want something stronger and easier to use, there are dozens of cleaning and
The best way to manage
Does your fridge need a service? Before you call someone to repair your fridge, make sure they are licensed professionals who are experienced in repairing most leading brands and models, offer a full warranty and carry a range of spare parts. Getting someone like Melbourne