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Banish Mold From Your Fridge With One Handy Kitchen Staple
Mold thrives in a fridge's moist, acidic environment. Baking soda, as a base, neutralizes acidity while controlling excess moisture with its absorbent quality to fight mold growth.
For this hack from YouTuber DIY PintoFirst, clear your fridge and discard any spoiled food or visible mold. Then clean it with a mild detergent mixed with warm water.
You can even use a paste of baking soda and water for more stubborn stains. Finally, make sure you dry your fridge thoroughly after cleaning.
Place a small bowl of baking soda at the back
of the fridge's shelves, ensuring they don't get hit and spilled. Change them every month or so to ensure their mold-fighting ability.