Removing rust from a freezer involves vinegar, baking soda and a hard bristle brush. Remove rust from a freezer with help from the owner of Healthy Home Cleaning in this free video clip.
Hi. My name's Joanna Cahill, and I'm the owner of Healthy Home Cleaning based in Asheville, North Carolina. We specialize in green, nontoxic cleaning and today we're going to teach you how to remove rust from the inside of your freezer. Alright. So, to clean rust out of the inside of your refrigerator, you're going to need three things. You're going to need some vinegar, which you can buy at any superstore, along with some baking soda, also at the grocery store, and just a nice, hard bristle scrub brush. So what we're going to do here is we're going to take a little bit of our baking soda and we're going to put it over the affected area. If you have a lot of rust in your freezer, then you're going to go ahead and take everything out and go ahead and defrost the refrigerator before cleaning. Otherwise, you're going to find it's just kind of too hard to get at. So, we're going to take a little bit of our vinegar, pour it over our baking soda, and that fizzes, and then when we're going to work with our brush and scrub at that rust. And that's coming right up. OK. Once you're done and you've gotten all that loose rust up, you just go ahead and take a rag and wipe it over that area until it's nice and clean and you're done. This is Joanna Cahill with Healthy Home Cleaning and I want to thank you for watching "How to Remove Rust From Your Freezer."