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Refrigerator Storage Guidelines

Updated on October 19, 2016

The compartments of the refrigerator must be cleaned inside and out atleast once every month. It is very imperative that every household must own this appliance for the storage of food whether uncooked or cooked, fresh or boiled so that it will not come to waste. The ownership of this item is now more than a need rather than a want and most women in the family use this everyday for kitchen needs.

List of Guidelines in Taking Care of your Refrigerator

The different methods in placing the food inside the Fridge has not been taught in school and requires only self-help books or articles over the net to show how it’s done:

See to it that the items inside are well organized to prevent spills and messy watery substances from spreading all over. The Fridge must keep the foods at a balanced temperature, not so cold and not so hot so as to prevent the food from spoiling. Here are a dozen of ways to place your goods inside:

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  • Do not over-fill your refrigerator and do not place an excess of items inside because this will keep the air from properly circulating.
  • Keep only cold beverages such as soft drinks or condiments at the door because the temperature in this area varies due to the repeated opening and closing of the Fridge. Eggs may also be placed on the upper side of the door and it must not be removed from its package to prevent spoiling.
  • In addition to the items placed at the upper shelves, it may be a good spot for left overs placed in topper wares (Long or elongated to fit in the upper shelves). You may also place your milks or vitamins at the door side.
  • The raw meats and fish must be situated at the meat container which is also known to be the coldest part of the refrigerator which is the freezer to avoid spoilage and prevent the liquid in the raw meats to mess up the refrigerator. The cold and raw food items must be kept at a medium high temperature to store it properly.
  • On the other hand, fruits and vegetables must be kept at a low temperature which may be found at the bottom of the refrigerator. These items need to be kept at a mostly humid temperature to avoid ruin.

These are the list of the most common facts and queries that most people ask and this will help you in maintaining the good condition of your refrigerator so that you could use it for a longer span of time.


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