Tuesday, 11 February 2014

Quick Cleaning tip- How to clean a Fridge door seal


 How to clean a Fridge door seal


  I keep procrastinating a few things that I have never wanted to do, one of it is cleaning the fridge and freezer mostly because it’s always full and its such painful task of  removing things cleaning and putting it back. However, you still have to do it and one way I have learnt to tackle this is to clean it in parts rather than all in one go, that is when I discovered one of the most important yet most ignored part of the fridge….the fridge door seal.
The fridge door seal, is the part that seals or locks the door perfectly as well as the place where tiny bits of foods  and moisture from the fridge can get stuck, which can in long run look black and moldy.  
And a very simple way to treat this, it’s so simple and once you have cleaned it, it would last for a long time.

So here’s what you need to clean the fridge door seal,

Old tooth brush
A cheap white (non-gel) tooth paste.



Fridge door seal

Cleaning fridge door seal with tootpaste

Clean Fridge door seal


Scrub the toothpaste using the tooth brush on the door seal, then wipe it off with a wet towel and there you have it a clean fridge door. This should not take more than 5 minutes, how easy is that!


If you have a really easy and quick way or any tip to clean a fridge please share it with me J