Your National Refrigerator Day National Clean Out on November 15th encourages you to prepare for the upcoming holidays. Take a bucket full of soap and hot water, disinfectant, sponge and garbage bag together. Then you are ready for the day!
As the family gathers and waits to bake in the big turkey, the cleaning comes out of the refrigerator. Not only do we need room before dinner, we also need space for everything else left over. Many have done this. However, this is an important task, no less.
Due to our busy and busy lifestyle, refrigerator cleaning is neglected. So National Clean Build Your Fridge Day. A surprise or two can be found on the back of the shelves. Putting new foods in front and forgetting them often pushes things back.
The Sanitation Foundation (NSF) International has found that meat and vegetable drawers in our kitchen are dirty – due to illness.
However, people who clean their fridge waste more food. A lot of advice is available on the frequency of fridge cleaning. The food labels and the meaning behind the “buy sale” and “best” dates are also important. These labels are not as bad as a product, but the quality is by far the best on the label. However, “using” is surprising to some of us.
- Empty each shelf.
- Wipe the inside of the refrigerator thoroughly.
- Wash the bottom and bottom of the drawer.
- Throw away all expired food.
- Throw away any molded food.
- Get rid of anything you don’t use.
- Vacuum condenser coil.
- Vacuum the bottom of the refrigerator.
- Restore shelves and drawers with good food.
- Enjoy your neat, clean, regular refrigerator.