Question about Refrigerators
Dry out completely, wear rubber gloves, wipe down all surfaces with liquid bleach, allow to air out completely then use a sponge with vanilla essense dropped into it to give a nice odour back to your fridge, if after all this the smell returns then it may have infiltrated the evap coils in the freezer, you will have to remove the internal back cover & flush with warm water & bleach.
Posted on Nov 21, 2013
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