When was the last time you cleaned your refrigerator coils? Yeah, it’s been a while huh? Did you know that you can save yourself money by keeping the coils clean? Yes! When everything is clean in there your fridge doesn’t have to work as hard, this results in the fridge using less electricity. Yay!
Refrigerators are expensive and if you can help it last as long as possible by keeping it dust bunny free, by all means, let’s do it! Let me show you how I clean my fridge coils.
We have fur people who live in our house so I pull my fridge out about once per month and clean behind it, but I don’t open the back and clean inside more than about twice per year, so about every six months is good if you have pets and once per year if you do not.
I walked out the shop and got into my husband’s tool box to find 1/4″ nut driver, that’s the size our fridge takes. The old fridge we had just had phillips head screws on it.
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