Great Home Hack To Remove Mildew On Fridge Gasket

In another article I was telling you how dish racks are the perfect mold collectors, but I want to add another place on this list: the refrigerator. Yes, opening the fridge door allows the temperature to rise inside, creating a perfect environment for mold growth. Well, mold loves to grow on the fridge gasket due to the tight and moist area.

It seems that fridge is not such a safe place for storing food, but we need it and we have to maintain it clean and well disinfected. Anyhow, if mold attacked your fridge and the food inside, the first thing is to get rid of the moldy food, and then to remove mildew inside of your fridge. How? Apply the next natural cleaning solution and mold inside of your fridge will be just a bad and cold memory.

You need:

  • hydrogen peroxide or vinegar
  • soft cloth or toothbrush

How to use:

Just pour in a sprayer full strength of hydrogen peroxide or vinegar (both ingredients are famous for their mold removing properties), and spray over the gasket, and then wipe that blackened mold with a cloth. You can use a toothbrush to remove the inaccessible areas.

The same solution can be used for any mold trace inside the refrigerator. Spray over the moldy area, let it act for a few minutes, and then remove it with a clean cloth.

At the end, rinse everything with clean water.

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