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Old 05-02-2013, 08:54 AM   #1
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Filthy fridge

We bought our 73 Overlander last year and the fridge looks as though it hasn't been used in a while....it works good but it's just filthy....what's the best way to clean it and get it to where you'd feel safe with food in it...Thanks in advance for any help and we LOVE our AIRSTREAM....Taking it to see Jimmy Buffett this weekend in Frisco Tx
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Simple Green will work.
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For a non-toxic cleaner, try white wine vinegar. Good for mold and mildew removal in particular.
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Bleach.
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Old 05-02-2013, 09:12 AM   #5
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Try a Magic Eraser for the though stains works great. Also, Method brand all purpose natural surface cleaner (it is plant based but works great) is safe and very effective. I think it works better than simple green and I have used gallons of Simple Green in the past.
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Bleach.
Yes. Scrub it thoroughly first, then water with bleach will sanitize, deodorize and deal with mold and mildew,

We clean our fridge with bleach and water about twice a year.


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