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    How to use E-Cloth to Clean your Refrigerator

    How to use E-Cloth to Clean your Refrigerator

    How to use E-Cloth to Clean your Refrigerator

    How to use E-Cloth to Clean your Refrigerator

    Our food-friendly cloths do the dirty work.

    Use your favorite E-Cloth products to clean your fridge – top to bottom, inside and out! First, clear out ALL the food, sliding shelves, and removable drawers. Scrub the stickiest spills and stuck-on food residue with our Non-Scratch Scrubbing Pads, then clean the rest of the interior areas from top to bottom with a wet General Purpose Cloth. Dry with a Wash & Wipe Dish Cloth. Before placing food back in the fridge, make sure to clean or dispose of messy, spilled, and spoiled items as needed. Finally, close the fridge and use a Kitchen Cleaning Pack or Stainless Steel Pack to clean and polish the exterior – and don’t forget the door handles!

    Our food-friendly cloths do the dirty work.

    Use your favorite E-Cloth products to clean your fridge – top to bottom, inside and out! First, clear out ALL the food, sliding shelves, and removable drawers. Scrub the stickiest spills and stuck-on food residue with our Non-Scratch Scrubbing Pads, then clean the rest of the interior areas from top to bottom with a wet General Purpose Cloth. Dry with a Wash & Wipe Dish Cloth. Before placing food back in the fridge, make sure to clean or dispose of messy, spilled, and spoiled items as needed. Finally, close the fridge and use a Kitchen Cleaning Pack or Stainless Steel Pack to clean and polish the exterior – and don’t forget the door handles!

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    Our food-friendly cloths do the dirty work.

    Use your favorite E-Cloth products to clean your fridge – top to bottom, inside and out! First, clear out ALL the food, sliding shelves, and removable drawers. Scrub the stickiest spills and stuck-on food residue with our Non-Scratch Scrubbing Pads, then clean the rest of the interior areas from top to bottom with a wet General Purpose Cloth. Dry with a Wash & Wipe Dish Cloth. Before placing food back in the fridge, make sure to clean or dispose of messy, spilled, and spoiled items as needed. Finally, close the fridge and use a Kitchen Cleaning Pack or Stainless Steel Pack to clean and polish the exterior – and don’t forget the door handles!

    The refrigerator is home to our favorite foods and culinary creations, but it doesn’t get cleaned as often as other kitchen spaces.

     

    If you haven’t cleaned out your fridge in a while, now is the perfect time to grab your favorite E-Cloth products and give your most essential kitchen appliance a much-needed refresh.

    Clear it out

    Start by removing everything – and we mean everything – from your fridge.

     

    Take out all the food items (even things you think you can “clean around” – spoiler alert: you can’t), and don’t forget to remove all drawers and shelves as necessary.

    Scrub it down

    This is the time to use maximum elbow grease.

     

    Take your favorite E-Cloth scrubber – such as our Non-Scratch Scrubbing Pads – and wet it with warm or hot running water. Use the scrubber to remove stuck-on food residue and clean up messy spillage.

    Clean it up

    Now, clean up the remaining interior surfaces.

     

    Use a wet General Purpose Cloth or Kitchen Cloth to wipe everything, such as shelves, compartments, and side walls. Rinse the cloth and repeat as necessary. After cleaning, dry all surfaces with a Wash & Wipe Dish Cloth.

     

    Don’t forget to also clean and dry the removable drawers and shelves. If you’d like, you can wash these in the kitchen sink with a Washing Up Pad and your favorite dish washing liquid.

    Pack it in

    Hurry up, your food’s getting col--….er, warm!

     

    After replacing all the removable drawers and shelves you just cleaned, you might be tempted to haphazardly throw all your food back into the fridge at once – but hold on!

    For the sake of cleanliness, take a moment to make sure all the food items, containers, and bags are clean and dry before placing them back in their designated area.

     

    If you encounter any food that has spilled or dripped onto the outside of its container, clean it up with a damp General Purpose Cloth to ensure that its mess won’t ruin your newly sparkling refrigerator shelves.

    Polish all around

    We’re almost done! It’s time to make sure the outside of your fridge shines as brightly as the inside.

     

    Take a Kitchen Cleaning Pack or Stainless Steel Pack for a spin around your fridge’s exterior – make sure to clean and polish all the sides, doors, hinges, and handles. Use our Kitchen Cloth or Stainless Steel Cloth to clean, and our Glass & Polishing Cloth to shine.

    Quick Tip

    Sort your food, and it’s best to do so now while it’s outside of its “natural habitat.” Compost old fruit and veggies and discard expired meat, dairy, and condiments (We’re looking at you, Barely-Opened-Bottle-Of-Tartar-Sauce-From-Last-Summer). Recycle whatever old food wrappers and boxes you can and combine like-items in storage containers for better organization.

    Quick Tip

    After scrubbing glass shelves, wipe away leftover water spots with a Glass & Polishing Cloth.

    Quick Tip

    Start with your fridge’s top shelf and work down to the bottom to prevent crumbs or drips from falling onto newly cleaned areas.

    Quick Tip

    The cleanest fridges are also tidy fridges! Organize your remaining items based on food type, frequency of use, and other factors. It might be helpful to label each section of your fridge to encourage yourself and other household members to always replace fridge items back where they belong.  

    Quick Tip

    Don’t forget to clean and tidy the top of the fridge, as well. (Just because you can’t see it doesn’t mean it’s not dirty!)

    The refrigerator is home to our favorite foods and culinary creations, but it doesn’t get cleaned as often as other kitchen spaces.

     

    If you haven’t cleaned out your fridge in a while, now is the perfect time to grab your favorite E-Cloth products and give your most essential kitchen appliance a much-needed refresh.

    The refrigerator is home to our favorite foods and culinary creations, but it doesn’t get cleaned as often as other kitchen spaces.

     

    If you haven’t cleaned out your fridge in a while, now is the perfect time to grab your favorite E-Cloth products and give your most essential kitchen appliance a much-needed refresh.

    Clear it out

    Start by removing everything – and we mean everything – from your fridge.

     

    Take out all the food items (even things you think you can “clean around” – spoiler alert: you can’t), and don’t forget to remove all drawers and shelves as necessary.

    Clear it out

    Start by removing everything – and we mean everything – from your fridge.

     

    Take out all the food items (even things you think you can “clean around” – spoiler alert: you can’t), and don’t forget to remove all drawers and shelves as necessary.

    Quick Tip

    Sort your food, and it’s best to do so now while it’s outside of its “natural habitat.” Compost old fruit and veggies and discard expired meat, dairy, and condiments (We’re looking at you, Barely-Opened-Bottle-Of-Tartar-Sauce-From-Last-Summer). Recycle whatever old food wrappers and boxes you can and combine like-items in storage containers for better organization.

    Quick Tip

    Sort your food, and it’s best to do so now while it’s outside of its “natural habitat.” Compost old fruit and veggies and discard expired meat, dairy, and condiments (We’re looking at you, Barely-Opened-Bottle-Of-Tartar-Sauce-From-Last-Summer). Recycle whatever old food wrappers and boxes you can and combine like-items in storage containers for better organization.

    Scrub it down

    This is the time to use maximum elbow grease.

     

    Take your favorite E-Cloth scrubber – such as our Non-Scratch Scrubbing Pads – and wet it with warm or hot running water. Use the scrubber to remove stuck-on food residue and clean up messy spillage.

    Scrub it down

    This is the time to use maximum elbow grease.

     

    Take your favorite E-Cloth scrubber – such as our Non-Scratch Scrubbing Pads – and wet it with warm or hot running water. Use the scrubber to remove stuck-on food residue and clean up messy spillage.

    Quick Tip

    After scrubbing glass shelves, wipe away leftover water spots with a Glass & Polishing Cloth.

    Quick Tip

    After scrubbing glass shelves, wipe away leftover water spots with a Glass & Polishing Cloth.

    Clean it up

    Now, clean up the remaining interior surfaces.

     

    Use a wet General Purpose Cloth or Kitchen Cloth to wipe everything, such as shelves, compartments, and side walls. Rinse the cloth and repeat as necessary. After cleaning, dry all surfaces with a Wash & Wipe Dish Cloth.

     

    Don’t forget to also clean and dry the removable drawers and shelves. If you’d like, you can wash these in the kitchen sink with a Washing Up Pad and your favorite dish washing liquid.

    Clean it up

    Now, clean up the remaining interior surfaces.

     

    Use a wet General Purpose Cloth or Kitchen Cloth to wipe everything, such as shelves, compartments, and side walls. Rinse the cloth and repeat as necessary. After cleaning, dry all surfaces with a Wash & Wipe Dish Cloth.

     

    Don’t forget to also clean and dry the removable drawers and shelves. If you’d like, you can wash these in the kitchen sink with a Washing Up Pad and your favorite dish washing liquid.

    Quick Tip

    Start with your fridge’s top shelf and work down to the bottom to prevent crumbs or drips from falling onto newly cleaned areas.

    Quick Tip

    Start with your fridge’s top shelf and work down to the bottom to prevent crumbs or drips from falling onto newly cleaned areas.

    Pack it in

    Hurry up, your food’s getting col--….er, warm!

     

    After replacing all the removable drawers and shelves you just cleaned, you might be tempted to haphazardly throw all your food back into the fridge at once – but hold on!

    For the sake of cleanliness, take a moment to make sure all the food items, containers, and bags are clean and dry before placing them back in their designated area.

     

    If you encounter any food that has spilled or dripped onto the outside of its container, clean it up with a damp General Purpose Cloth to ensure that its mess won’t ruin your newly sparkling refrigerator shelves.

    Pack it in

    Hurry up, your food’s getting col--….er, warm!

     

    After replacing all the removable drawers and shelves you just cleaned, you might be tempted to haphazardly throw all your food back into the fridge at once – but hold on!

    For the sake of cleanliness, take a moment to make sure all the food items, containers, and bags are clean and dry before placing them back in their designated area.

     

    If you encounter any food that has spilled or dripped onto the outside of its container, clean it up with a damp General Purpose Cloth to ensure that its mess won’t ruin your newly sparkling refrigerator shelves.

    Quick Tip

    The cleanest fridges are also tidy fridges! Organize your remaining items based on food type, frequency of use, and other factors. It might be helpful to label each section of your fridge to encourage yourself and other household members to always replace fridge items back where they belong.  

    Quick Tip

    The cleanest fridges are also tidy fridges! Organize your remaining items based on food type, frequency of use, and other factors. It might be helpful to label each section of your fridge to encourage yourself and other household members to always replace fridge items back where they belong.

    Polish all around

    We’re almost done! It’s time to make sure the outside of your fridge shines as brightly as the inside.

     

    Take a Kitchen Cleaning Pack or Stainless Steel Pack for a spin around your fridge’s exterior – make sure to clean and polish all the sides, doors, hinges, and handles. Use our Kitchen Cloth or Stainless Steel Cloth to clean, and our Glass & Polishing Cloth to shine.

    Polish all around

    We’re almost done! It’s time to make sure the outside of your fridge shines as brightly as the inside.

     

    Take a Kitchen Cleaning Pack or Stainless Steel Pack for a spin around your fridge’s exterior – make sure to clean and polish all the sides, doors, hinges, and handles. Use our Kitchen Cloth or Stainless Steel Cloth to clean, and our Glass & Polishing Cloth to shine.

    Quick Tip

    Don’t forget to clean and tidy the top of the fridge, as well. (Just because you can’t see it doesn’t mean it’s not dirty!)

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    Non-Scratch Scrubbing Pads

    $7.99

    Kitchen Cloth

    $7.99

    Kitchen Cleaning 2-Pack

    $14.99

    Return to Knowledge Base

    Shop this story

    Non-Scratch Scrubbing Pads

    $7.99

    Kitchen Cloth

    $7.99

    Kitchen Cleaning 2-Pack

    $14.99

    Quick Tip

    Don’t forget to clean and tidy the top of the fridge, as well. (Just because you can’t see it doesn’t mean it’s not dirty!)

    Return to Knowledge Base

    Shop this story

    Non-Scratch Scrubbing Pads

    $7.99

    Kitchen Cloth

    $7.99

    Kitchen Cleaning 2-Pack

    $14.99