One wipe and the mold is gone!
Have you left your food in the fridge for too long? Then there is a chance that mold has formed in the refrigerator. This dirty, grayish haze can be difficult to clean. Fortunately, there is a very easy and quick trick to remove that dirt in the cooling.
Mold in the fridge
Sometimes you think you do everything you can to have a clean fridge, but there is mold in your fridge anyway. Mold develops quite quickly in a refrigerator and it is therefore important that you regularly clean your refrigerator. How does mold develop in your refrigerator and how can you remove it? We will tell you.
How can mold develop?
The refrigerator is the prefect place for bacteria and mold to grow. There is a lot of food and the cool temperature makes it a perfect place for mold to grow. Mold grows well in foods containing water and on dry products. Due to the air supply in the refrigerator, the spores of mold have the chance to sit on all uncovered products. For example, is there a rotten piece of vegetables in your vegetable drawer? Then these fungal spores can be found on all other vegetables in the tray in no time. Reason enough to give your fridge a good cleaning once you have discovered mold in it!
Read on the next page how you can best remove mold.