When the door seals on your fridge-freezer turn black

Kitchen jason-leung-7iuasVqkUjs-unsplash

Milton Sterilising Fluid. The black marks are mould, so a mild disinfectant is needed in order to kill the spores.

Dilute the fluid according to instructions and wipe the seals, paying attention to the folds and allow to air-dry – no need to rinse. Repeat every month or so. If this doesn’t work, maybe it’s time to replace the doors as the seals may be starting to perish. Check that the room where the appliances are stored is free of damp.

If this doesn’t work, maybe it’s time to replace the doors as the seals may be starting to perish. Check that the room where the appliances are stored is free of damp.

And if you have a household tip to share with our followers just click here >

And did you know that Aggie Mackenzie is a qualified Yoga Teacher? Join her now for “Aggie’s Yoga!” And would you like a personalised video message for you or a loved one? Just go to https://www.thrillz.co.uk/talent/aggie.mackenzie and Aggie will record one for you.

Or check out Diana Moran’s fitness website at www.keepfitandcarryon.com