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What is the easiest way to clean the refrigerator without chemicals?
Time to deep clean the fridge again only this time in back someone spilled something that is very sticky and hardened to the glass shelves. I don't like to use cleaning chemicals anywhere food is placed - so what is a good, natural way to clean a fridge that works?
I use water/lemon juice and boil in the microwave for example - super easy, no chemicals, stuff just slides off -
Any similar tricks for the fridge?
Make sure everything is unplugged and the motor is covered in plastic then use a power washer.
My grandmother always used vinegar and water to clean nearly everything. Sounds a bit like using water/lemon juice as you said. One thing she did on sticky hardened things was take a small towel, dip it in vinegar and water, spread the towel over the bad place and let it sit for a while. Whatever was there usually softened up and she'd just use the towel to wipe it up and continue with her vinegar/water cleaning solution.
Using vinegar is a good idea, if you don't like to use any chemicals.
Trying using microfiber cloth with it. It works really well in cleaning anything.
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