Can anyone tell me how I can clean the mildew on the rubber seal on my refrigerator/freezer doors? Thanks!
I use chlorine bleach, either straight or mixed with hot water. Also, to get the mold or mildew out of the gasket grooves, take q-tips and dip them in the bleach, and then run them through the grooves. Great for those tight spots. (02/02/2005)
A toothbrush and cleaner with bleach works great for scrubbing those moldy gaskets. And my refrigerator repairman says we need to lube them every 6 months, with, believe it or not, vaseline. (02/03/2005)
I use comet cleanser. Works really well. (02/07/2005)
Clorox Cleanup will do the trick. (03/25/2005)
By suzi homemaker
I would try Scrubbing Bubbles. In Florida, as you know, we experienced 4 hurricanes last Summer / Fall. Some refrigerators were in terrible shape after several weeks of no electricity and the owners unable to get to them for a variety of reasons. Scrubbing Bubbles to the rescue.
I have started using it each time I clean my refrigerator now --- because it gives it such a nice clean look, and I figure the bleach in it can only help sanitize.
Hope this helps! (03/27/2005)
I use Soft Scrub with Bleach. It works really well. (03/28/2005)
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