There are some key benefits to keeping a freezer defrosted, not all of which are immediately obvious: sure, you’ll reclaim space that you can actually use to store food. But you’ll also avoid the chance that your freezer might thaw accidentally (say from a power loss), potentially flooding your kitchen and causing all kinds of trouble. Additionally, you’ll also save electricity, since a freezer full of frost will force the refrigerator to use more electricity than normal to maintain a constant temperature.
Are those good reasons to get up and do some freezer cleaning, right now? Good. This article will show you step by step how to do it right.
1) Turn off the Freezer: This should go without saying, but for the sake of security we’ll spell it out: you should always turn off your freezer before cleaning it. There could be water going all over the place when the ice thaws, and we all know that water and electricity don’t mix. So to begin with just make sure to plug off your freezer from the wall socket.CONTINUE ON THE NEXT PAGE...
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