Oh goodness, my fridge looked stuffed, crusty and frankly, needed some love. So this week, I decided to film it, Clean With Me style, and show you exactly how I clean my fridge. Now, I do have a video where we do an even *more* thorough clean of the fridge (link below), but this was a pretty significant job and didn’t take too much work or time.

I use my three wave system to do this task, empty the fridge, clean it out/discard items, replace items/toss old stuff and voila, a clean, beautiful fridge. I hope you guys enjoy this and try it at home, who knows what gross stuff you’ll find! I know one thing for sure, you’ll feel amazing after you do it.

Comment Question: What area would you like to clean with me next?!

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  1. All videos great
    Just found you
    Next time you produce video
    for fridge how to clean rubber edging along inside of fridge
    I have tried using qtip
    Suggest a video how to clean small,
    Crevices and right spaces
    I think rubber along inside of drug would fit into this category

  2. Hi Melissa. Do you have any good ideas how to clean fridge drain? Mine gets all glogged and gets really nasty black slime in it.

    • Hi Sandra! Give this a try: Add about a tablespoon of baking soda to 4 cups of warm water, dip a cleaning cloth in the solution, and then wipe down all of the mildew-y areas. Hope that helps!


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