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Cleaning Kitchen Sinks

July 28, 2010 by stain remover expert No Comments »

cleaning kitchen sinks
When cleaning the refrigerator / freezer, do I cut the power?

How do I clean it? Should I delete everything to down or take parts of and wash in the tub bath or a kitchen sink? What should I clean with Pine-Sol or dishwashing detergent?

Do not use Pine-Sol or chemicals like that in your refrigerator. The best thing to use is baking soda and warm water. You can use 1 / 2 cup or so a gallon of water. You can take everything and turn the cooler off: what I do is clean it in stages. I start the top shelf, things are moving, clean the tray, put things, go to the shelf, next, etc. Unless Your refrigerator is really dirty, you can probably get clean without removing it. The drawers I used to go out one at a time to clean, rinse, dry, replace. Wipe the walls of the refrigerator while you work on the shelves. Another thing I try to do is When a tray is emptied, I take my towel and wipe everything plateau. If you wipe a tray and a shelf by then, it remains fairly clean and it is never a major task. Hope this helps. Good luck!

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