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Old 21-10-2012, 13:49   #1
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Cleaning the refrig

Not sure if this is where this should go but has anyone found a good product to take stains off of the plastic liner in the refrigerator?
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Baking soda and elbow grease. Good luck.
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Clorox - undilluted; wear gloves.
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I will try baking soda first then Clorox
I will report my findings
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Re: Cleaning the refrig

Oxalic acid available in small boxes at drug store or at hardware stores. It comes in crystal form mixes with water to clean inside of dishwaters and also used to bleach wood. Great for removing stains from boat hull or red rust stains. Four ounces is all you will need to make interior of refrigerator look new. Wear gloves and wet interior wait till stain color goes away before washing interior with water.
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Re: Cleaning the refrig

baking soda. is all you are supposed to use in cleaning fridges. works great. leaves no odors behind.
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