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Cleaning Moldy Refrigerator Seals

How do I clean moldy fridge seals and keep it from rusting?

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November 20, 20080 found this helpful

I am not sure about the seals, but bleach kills mould on most anything. But it may be harmful to your seals. I suggest to try bleach on a little area and clean it off. Then look at it after a day or two and see if there is any damage. If it looks OK, use it on the rest of the area.

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November 22, 20080 found this helpful

Change your seals to silicone seals and they can get clean with soap and water.

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November 27, 20080 found this helpful

Hydrogen peroxide is also a mold destroyer. I would try regular household chlorine bleach. What is it that is rusting? Painting over exposed metal will keep it from rusting. I don't really understand where you are getting rust.

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