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Best Cleaning Product to clean fridge???

(11 Posts)
BaconAndAvocado Fri 31-Jan-14 17:19:28

Hot water and tiny bit of washing up liquid?

Is there anything else?

Weelady77 Fri 31-Jan-14 18:00:35

I use either bleach or dettol

Mintymoomoo Tue 04-Feb-14 21:23:35

On shopping day when I'm throwing out the left over bits and filling with the new I just wipe my fridge over inside with whatever kitchen surface cleaner I'm using (flash, mr muscle etc) takes 2 mins do ever week and I have never had to scrub it out and it always looks clean and smells good to

sanschocolat Tue 04-Feb-14 21:39:53

Bcarb of soda and hot water on a brand new J-cloth.

Natural (no chemical smells) cheap and it works. (It also removes any food smells.) Slightly abrasive also.

Much as I love Dettol and bleach and use them in other areas of the house, I'm amazed that anyone would use them inside their fridge. Doesn't the smell contaminate the food Weelady77 (genuine question, not being snippy).

sanschocolat Tue 04-Feb-14 21:40:06

Sorry - bicarb

Weelady77 Tue 04-Feb-14 22:42:08

Sans no it's fine I normally wash every Saturday morning and give it a good rinse then when I'm putting shopping away just leave door open, actually you can't smell it at all now I think about it!

sanschocolat Wed 05-Feb-14 09:34:16

Thanks Weelady77 might give Dettol a bit of a go then! I love the stuff!

BaconandAvocado white vinegar also good (if you don't mind the smell) as has mildly natural disinfectant effect.

Weelady77 Wed 05-Feb-14 12:00:40

Dettol is my favourite too wink

BaconAndAvocado Sat 08-Feb-14 09:20:32

I used washing up liquid and warm water, absolutely fine.

DameDiazepamTheDramaQueen Sat 08-Feb-14 17:59:09

Bicarb and warm water-no products should be used for fridge cleaning!

canichangemymind Thu 20-Feb-14 16:02:45

When you take out the slide out drawers to clean them wrap cling film round them once dry before putting back. Really easy yo then just replace the film if you have any spills in between cleans.

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