Defrosting a Manual Freezer

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Defrosting a Manual Freezer

When kitchen cleaning, don't forget to defrost your freezer! Place a pan of hot water inside a manual freezer to speed defrosting. Soak up water with an old bath towel. Wipe with a baking soda and water solution to help deodorize. After defrosting, you can wipe the inside of the freezer compartment with a cloth dampened with glycerin. When it is time to defrost again, the chunks of ice will drop right off.

   

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7/27/2006 7:32:05 AM
Blumbybaby said:

Use a hair dryer on high heat. Aim it at the ice from a safe distance so you dont get electrocuted. It really speeds up the whole messy job!!!


7/27/2006 11:46:38 AM
Connie said:

I have used this page frequently in the past weeks and like it very much. there is a lot of information contained is these pages. I also use a hair dryer to help defrost the freezer.


11/8/2007 10:31:59 AM
Scott said:

I always spray a light coat of non stick on after defrosting and the ice comes right off next time




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