Refrigerators are veritable breeding grounds for bad smells. Considering how much food is stored in the average fridge, there’s little wonder as to why. Unsurprisingly, if your refrigerator isn’t cleaned on a regular basis, pungent aromas can sink in, making it impossible to open your fridge without holding your nose. Fortunately, keeping bad smells out of your refrigerator doesn’t have to be difficult or time-consuming. Putting the following tips to good use will keep your fridge smelling fresh and prevent bad smells from latching onto its contents.
Taking measures to absorb foul odors before they have a chance to spread is crucial to maintaining a pleasant-smelling fridge. Luckily, there’s a nontoxic way to go about this: placing an open box of baking soda in your refrigerator. The baking soda will soak up most bad smells before they’re able to latch onto any food or condiments. It’s important to note, however, that baking soda’s effectiveness will diminish over time. Make a point of replacing the box everyone to three months.
Regular Maintenance Calls
A good refrigerator is no small investment. That being the case, it’s in your financial best interest to keep your fridge up and running for as long as possible – and you can’t do this without regular service calls. In addition to prolonging the life of your fridge, having the device serviced annually can prevent bad smells that occur because of internal errors. Floridians in need of refrigerator or freezer repair and/or maintenance should get in … Read More