Defrosting Tips for Your Fridge & Freezer
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Defrosting fridge/freezers is much easier with a two-control model. That
way, you can use the fridge to keep foodstuffs frozen while you deal with the
Are you thinking of defrosting method for your freezer or fridge? Then check
Always switch off and unplug the freezer before cleaning or defrosting.
Load the contents of your freezer into large dustbin bags and cover the bags
with a duvet or blanket. The food should stay frozen for several hours. But use
a cool box for ice cream or soup which melts quickly.
After defrosting, wash fridges and freezers with a solution of two teaspoons
of bicarbonate of soda to 1 liter (2 pints) of warm water-it removes lingering
Rub the inside of your freezer with glycerine, available from chemists,
after it has defrosted. When you next have to defrost it, the ice will come
away from the sides more easily.
Use a wet/dry vacuum cleaner to **** up any water left on the floor.
If you do not like defrosting, you can always pay more for a frost-free
freezer which never needs it. www.victorwod1234.blogspot.com
on Apr 05, 2010 | Refrigerators