Frosting is a common problem in a refrigerator. It usually happens when warm or humid air
enters in. For example, keeping the fridge open, storing warm food inside or when the fridge door is not sealed properly.
Why Defrosting Is Necessary?
When frost builds up over a period of time, it starts to smell and can also interrupt the
functionality. It also affects the efficiency and might also increase the energy bill of your fridge. Thus, defrosting it is an essential maintenance job. Don’t worry, it may sound tricky. But it is not as difficult as it might seem. Read further to know how to defrost your fridge methodically.
So there you have it! By the end of your defrosting process, you will have your fridge clean and free of frost. Now you can keep your shelves and drawers back in their spots and store your food as well! You can defrost your fridge once or twice a year, depending on the requirement.
Once the defrosting job is done, and since the refrigerator is empty, you may want to quickly run a cotton cloth to clean the surfaces of your fridge. Mix 1 tsp. of dishwashing liquid in 1 cup of water and pour it into a spray bottle. Use the solution whenever needed and use a cotton cloth to wipe the surfaces clean. You can try Vim Dishwash Gel which is easily
available in the market.