As with all cleaning, it’s important to work from the top down. Do one shelf at a time.
- Take all items off the top shelf and store them on the counter.
- Remove the top shelf. Wash it in the sink with dishwashing liquid and warm water.
- Rinse it thoroughly and dry it completely before replacing the clean shelf in the refrigerator.
- Wipe jars and bottles with a dampened microfiber cloth and dry them before putting them back on the clean shelf.
- Repeat this process until all shelves and their contents have been wiped clean.
- Repeat the cleaning process with the deli bin and veggie crisper drawers. Be sure to clean the floor of the refrigerator with warm water and dish soap while the crisper drawers are being cleaned in the sink.
- Remove items from the door of the refrigerator.
- Dampen a microfiber cloth with soapy water—wring it out to discourage drips. Clean the small shelves in the door that you can’t detach. (If you can slide shelves out, wash them in the sink.)
- Dry the shelves with a clean cloth.
- Wipe items stored in the door shelves with a dampened microfiber cloth and dry them before putting them back.
- Use the damp soapy microfiber cloth to clean the gaskets that line the refrigerator door.
- Close your clean refrigerator. Using a fresh microfiber cloth dampened in warm soapy water to wipe down the exterior of the refrigerator. Concentrate your cleaning on all surfaces of the door handles. Wipe exterior surfaces dry.
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