Do Not Clean Refrigerator Seals with Bleach

Never use bleach, diluted or undiluted, to clean refrigerator seals as it breaks down the rubber. I used to, but after 18 months I had to replace the seals.

By Slayer from Bunadaberg, QLD

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October 19, 20100 found this helpful

That's interesting, do you have a newer refrigerator? My refrigerator is around 10 years old & I have always used diluted bleach to clean the seals with no problem.

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