Think you know it all when it comes to the hardest-working appliance in your kitchen? Exposed to spills, smells and overloading, fridges don't often get much appreciation. Most Americans only clean their refrigerators once or twice a year. Yet a clean, organized fridge helps keep food fresh for longer, reduces food waste and minimizes the threat of food contamination. Take a few minutes to spring clean your fridge this month and make sure to address these 6 trouble spots.
1. Blast Odors Naturally
The best way to prevent odors is to regularly clean shelves and to store leftovers in airtight containers. In fact, food should always be covered to keep it from drying out and absorbing odors. To clean and fight smells in one go: Wipe the fridge interior with a mix of 2 tablespoons baking soda and 1 quart hot water. Rinse with a damp cloth, then dry with a