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First of all, to solve the moldy of the freezer, you sh […]
First of all, to solve the moldy of the freezer, you should first stop the freezer, unplug the power supply, clean the freezer thoroughly, and then close the freezer door after the internal cabinet is dry. Otherwise, it is likely that the residual water in the cabinet will not volatilize, resulting in odor or moldy . For moldy freezer, you can use sponge and vinegar or detergent to clean the inside of the freezer, which can not only remove the stains, but also antibacterial.
Secondly, when using detergents that are not easy to clean the dirt on the freezer shell, you can use a sponge or rag to dipped the detergent, rub it a few times, and then wipe the water with a dry cloth. In addition, the door mat of the freezer is a place where dirt is easy to accumulate, especially the grooves of the door mat. If there are black dirt spots, you can use an old toothbrush dipped in detergent and wipe it with a dry cloth. If you leave the door mat to hide dirt and dirt, it will lose its elasticity and magnetism, reducing the freezer's freezing function.
Due to long-term deactivation of the freezer, the bottom of the lubricating oil becomes sticky, and the parts are in a state of oil loss. After the long-term deactivation, the first use should be started several times.
Finally, plug in the power supply and start it up a little, then stop for 3-5 minutes, then start for 2-3 minutes, and stop for 3-5 minutes. Repeat this several times until the lubricant is thinned by heat to make the parts lubricate, and then put into normal use. It is best to test run the empty container for about 2 hours, and then store the food after the container has stabilized. The storage in the box should not be too crowded, and there should be air convection.
In addition, some foods in the freezer will shorten the shelf life; some foods do not need to be placed in the freezer, which is sufficient for long-term storage. Specifically, biscuits, sweets, honey, pickles, yellow sauce, preserved fruits, powdered foods, dried foods, etc., do not need to be placed in the freezer. They are either extremely low in water content and the microorganisms cannot reproduce; or sugar and salt concentrations are too high, the osmotic pressure is very high, there is little free water, and the microorganisms cannot reproduce. Putting it in the freezer is a waste of electricity and takes up space.