Have you ever had a nasty clog in the ice maker? Your getting some soda and you realize that there is no ice, no soda for you! If you cut your hands off I’m not associated with it because I told you the precautions.
How to Store Wine
Wine has been around for thousands of years; from the ancient Romans to modern Americans, this lavish drink is enjoyed worldwide. Nowadays, most people simply buy their wine from the local grocery store wine rack, oblivious on how to properly store the wine to make sure it lasts as long as possible. The main thing to keep in mind when storing wine is, of course, avoid light and heat, as well as vibration. There are other things to remember, though, such as the different storage methods required for different types of wine, and it is vital to be as careful as possible whenever considering how to store your particular bottle of wine.
Throw out aged, moldy or inedible food, bagging securely. Toss anything you don’t use regularly, too.
Wipe your refrigerator inside and outside with a cloth and vinegar and water or baking soda and water solution, rinsing well with a wash cloth rinsed clear with water. Soapy water works, too. Clean rubber door closure area too.
Keep your refrigerator organized, with meats and cheese and butter in one shelf box, and vegetables in the crisper. Meats should be stored on the bottom shelf to avoid meat juices dripping onto the shelves below
You can buy a deodorizer or just plain old-fashion baking soda to keep out old smells.