HOW TO STOP MOLD GROWTH IN REFRIGERATOR?
When a fridge being used is turned off for some time, or if there is a power failure for more than an hour, a bad odor begins to develop inside. The moisture inside your refrigerator and the presence of spoiling foods are ideal conditions for mold growth. The following are good help to prevent the mold growth inside refrigerator.
- Be Accountable
Everyone who uses the communal refrigerator should keep track of what put in, when they put it in, and when it needs discarding. If employees have difficulty remembering, they can put date labels on each item.
- Regular cleaning
It is important to clean the refrigerator regularly with warm water. Nowadays, cleaning solutions are sold by companies itself, which is food safe. Cleaning solutions from companies are recommended over soap solutions. Remember to take out all racks, drawers and removable parts. After cleaning, dry all parts with a soft cloth.
- Keep Dry
The interiors of refrigerators should be kept dry. Spilled over liquids like milk, curd or even water should be wiped away on time to avoid stains and mold accumulating over it. Make sure to dry seals as well. Moisture inside the fridge will attract mold.
If you have questions about mold, meet with our mold experts for professional advice. We will examine your mold problem and the damage.
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