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Unplug your fridge, empty it and throw away expired items. Most food items can last only about an hour outside the fridge, so you may want to temporarily keep your perishable foods in a cooler.
Remove the shelves, drawers and other removable components, and wash them in warm, soapy water. Put these aside to dry while you clean the inside of your refrigerator with a multi-purpose cleaner. Make sure to wipe down the walls, shelves, shelf seams and rubber door seal. You may use an old toothbrush to clean hard-to-reach crevices.
After that's done, you may put the shelves and drawers back into their frames. You can also put your food items back in the fridge. Wipe away any condensation from jars and bottles before you place them on the shelves. Then plug your fridge back in and clean the exterior with a damp cloth.
It is good to give your fridge a scrub down every now and then. Not only will regular cleaning and maintenance keep your refrigerator smelling fresh and clean, it will also help prevent breakdowns or failures, thus saving you time and cost in the long run.
To keep food fresh, the ideal refrigerator temperature control for your fridge is 0°C to 4°C and -18°C to -20°C for the freezer. This may vary depending on the types of food in your fridge and where they are stored.
For instance, ready-to-eat food should be kept at the top and middle shelves. Keep raw meat, poultry and fish at the bottom of your fridge and in sealed containers to prevent contamination. Fruits and vegetables should be placed in the salad drawer. Most of our refrigerators come with 360 AirCool to ensure even cooling of food items, no matter where they are stored in your fridge.
While you're away, Electrolux has you covered with the Holiday mode, Eco mode and FrostFree cooling system. With these functions, you will have peace of mind knowing that your refrigerator is keeping your food safe while staying energy efficient.
There are different refrigerator sizes to choose from and picking the right one depends on your household needs and the space you have. First, determine how much space you will need. You should also pay attention to the dimensions of a refrigerator to ensure that it will fit in your kitchen. Other factors to consider when deciding on a refrigerator size are whether you usually host meals at home or eat out and require a bigger fridge space or freezer space.