|Fig.1 Dust and hairs on grill|
Supplies and Tools:
Bucket with soap and water
Dusk mask (If sensitive to dust)
Nitrile glove or cleaning gloves
Vacuum cleaner with brush
Shop vacuum with brush
Mrs. Handy had noticed that her refrigerator was making noises. The GE® refrigerator was pulled out by its wheels.
This post shows the four steps to removing the dust and dirt on the walls, floors and refrigerator.
Step 1: Fig.1 shows the dust all over the back cardboard grill on the refrigerator.
Step 2: Fig.2 and fig.3 shows the dust on the floor and the baseboards. When the refrigerator get hot it sucks up like a magnet all the dust and dirt in the kitchen. Notice the decorative pattern on walls, baseboards and cabinets.
|Fig.2 Dust on floor|
|Fig.3 Dust on baseboards|
Step 2: Below use a vacuum cleaner or use a shop vacuum to removed the dust off the refrigerator cardboard grill. Also remove the decorative dust webs off the baseboards and the refrigerator cabinet.
|Fig.4 Wash floor|
Step 4: The job is done, now push back the refrigerator in its cabinet. Now Mrs. Handy can enjoy her refrigerator without all those strange noises. Today refrigerator cost in the thousands of dollars so it make sense to do the maintenance and save as much money as possible. Maintenance should be done every six months especially if the refrigerator is located near an exterior door.
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