Yourthan just wiping down the shelves and throwing away leftovers.
No doubt there are some hidden areas that have never been cleaned. Giving them a regular touch-up can extend the life of your refrigerator and save you money on your electricity bills.
Condenser coils release heat from your fridge.
The condenser coils are typically located on the back of the fridge, on top of or behind the grill at the bottom of the fridge. If you're uncertain, check your owner's manual to locate the coils.
Once you know where they are, unplug the fridge and wipe down the coils with a coil brush. This brush is designed to be clean and get into hard-to-reach places.
When you're done, be sure to wipe down the coil cover and vacuum underneath the fridge.
You fridge's ice maker needs to be cleaned properly once a month to keep it working properly. Plus, it's just a good idea..
The fridge's water filter is clean, but it can not do that is not clean. Check your fridge's manual to see if the in-door water dispenser has a filter. If so, you need to change it at least once every six months.
Take a look in your freezer. Yep, there are vents in there. These vents are vital to keeping the freezer at the proper temperatures. If they are caked with ice, take action. Grab a blow dryer and heat the ice until it melts (be sure not to get the dryer wet). Then, wipe up the water with a sponge.
From now on, keep an eye on the vents.
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