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Keeping the Refrigerator Fresh
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One of our quick tips deals with this topic.  You can see it at Fresh Fridge

March 13, 2018
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Following 5 tips to keeping the refrigerator fresh are given by Refrigerator dealers in Nagpur from picker online top and sorted list of some refrigerator dealers. Please follow this tips keep your refrigerator fresh and clean. 


Ground coffee

A bowl of dry, fresh coffee grounds in the bottom of the fridge can help soak up any stubborn smells. Any bad odors should have disappeared within a few days.

Baking soda

Baking soda and water makes a great natural cleaning solution and can be used on most surfaces throughout the home. Sprinkle baking soda onto a damp sponge and wipe down the inside of the fridge.


Like baking soda, vinegar makes a great household cleaner. For easy cleaning, fill a spray bottle with half white vinegar and half warm water and sprites the inside of your fridge.


A sweeter alternative to using vinegar, soak balls of cotton wool in vanilla extract and leave inside the fridge for a delicious scent.


Place half a lemon faces down inside your fridge for a few days (making sure to remove before the lemon goes off.) It will soak up any bad smells and replace them with a fresh, lemony scent! This also works well with orange peel. Alternatively, dab lemon juice onto the inside of the fridge using a sponge.

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