Regularly cleaning your fridge is the best way of keeping your appliance in top condition. To help you maintain your fridge, we’ve put together this handy cleaning guide. By following these simple instructions, you can ensure that your fridge is clean, hygienic, and ready for use.
It’s important to clean your fridge regularly. Whilst we suggest you deeply clean your machine every few months, the frequency of your cleaning will depend on how much food your store in your fridge as well as how regularly you use the appliance. By regularly cleaning your fridge, you can prevent the build of bacteria and odours, creating a hygienic environment for your food to be stored in.
Watch the video to see how to clean your fridge freezer. Or, follow these quick and easy steps to find out how to do this:
Another good thing to be aware of, is whether any food gets stuck in the drain hole, which can be found at the back of your fridge. It’s easy to forget about this drain hole, but if food gets stuck here, it can cause unpleasant smells. Watch the video above to see how to check and clean the drain hole. Or, follow these quick and easy steps to find out how to do this:
Occasionally, you might notice unpleasant smells coming from your fridge freezer. Before cleaning your fridge, you’ll want to first make sure that the smells aren’t coming from food or drink which may have gone out of date. If the smell persists after removing out of date food, watch the video or read the steps to clean your fridge freezer for more information.
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