Remove Odours from Your Fridge
Have you noticed that every time you open your fridge you’re greeted by a sour odour? Maybe you’ve cleaned out all the old leftovers, but this vague, unpleasant smell still remains? The cause of these odours is simple: bacteria. These microbes thrive off organic matter and moisture, both of which are plentiful inside your fridge. While refrigeration delays bacterial growth and associated food spoilage, food still breaks down over time and quickly becomes a breeding ground for bacteria, yeast, and mould. Yuck! In order to reduce bacteria growth and eliminate foul odours, it’s crucial to follow a proper cleaning and sanitising routine.
Simply follow these steps:
Spray directly onto the surface you wish to clean, disinfect, and deodorize.
Let it sit for 5-10 minutes.
Either wipe it up with a paper towel or air dry.
So, what can you use to get the job done? Hydrogen Peroxide 3% - Oxygen PlusTM is the perfect option. Hydrogen peroxide kills bacteria, viruses, mould spores, yeast, and fungi to help prevent the transmission of common and serious illnesses. odour-causing bacteria don’t stand a chance against this potent solution.
When it comes to cleaning appliances you use for food storage, you want to be sure you’re using non-toxic products, as you don’t want any harmful chemicals leaching into your food. While Bright CleanTM Essential Oils is very powerful against microbes, it’s equally safe to use around your food and family members. Chemically speaking, hydrogen peroxide (H202) is very similar in composition to water (H20)—the only difference is hydrogen peroxide has an extra atom of oxygen. Unlike traditional cleaning products, hydrogen peroxide is completely non-toxic and doesn’t contain any chlorine, alcohols, acids, or other dangerous chemical additives. In fact, it biodegrades completely into just water and oxygen! It’s an environmentally-friendly and affordable option, too.
It packs a powerful one-two punch, effectively killing harmful microorganisms and ridding of any foul odours.