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3 simple steps for an organized refrigerator

02:23 PM May 23, 2018

Does the inside of your refrigerator look messy and cramped? Is it hard to look for certain items because there are just too much cluttered inside? Cleaning out and organizing the refrigerator can be quite an overwhelming chore for some.But with a few tips and tricks, cleaning and organizing your fridge is actually not as awful as it seems.

1. Clean and clear.
The first step is to empty out everything inside your fridge and take inventory. Toss out-of-date or expired items and identify the food items you need regularly. This will help you not only in organizing but also in planning out your grocery for the week. It might seem like a huge task to get everything out of the ref, but it’s going to make the rest of the organizing process much easier.

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2. Map out and measure.
There are different compartments in the ref and understanding how each one works can make it easier to find the right place for each kind of food. The temperature also varies throughout your fridge and you have to take this into consideration. Door shelves are usually a bit warmer and a good place to store your condiments and butter. The bottom of the ref is usually the coldest so it is best to store raw meat and eggs here.

3. Sort and label.
Once you have figured out where you want to put each item, start putting food back inside the ref in an organized manner. Sort everything into piles of similar items, and then placing each one into its own bin. Make sure to label everything to make them much easier to locate. Keep in mind not to overstuff your refrigerator as cool air needs to circulate around the food to keep it fresh and safe.

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The Fujidenzo HD Inverter Side by Side Refrigerator is also built with spill-proof tempered glass shelves, wine/ beverage shelf, heavy duty handles, a rust- and stain-resistant textured body, 3 twist ice trays and ice cube container, and adjustable levelling feet. It also offers one of the longest warranties with 10 years compressor warranty, 2 years parts, and 1 year service warranty.

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