Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Tackle It Tuesday


I emptied out the refrigerator.
The ice chest served well to store the food stuffs.
It was also nice for Dash to sit on when I bandaged his skinned knee:)
Everything! Every shelf!

This poor thing was so neglected after such a busy couple of months.

I purged the door for out of date items, but did not remove all the contents.
Choose your battles, and that one is for another day.

I use a mixture of Bleach water.
Sraying the entire inside down and the pooling debris is saturated with the bleach water. By shutting the door and letting it soak that hard "elbow grease" is reduced.

At this point all the drawers are also sprayed to soak. The shelves are soaked in a heavy bleach and soap water, this kills all mold that infects the unit if you have an onion go bad :) as I did so scallions turned to a moldy dust.

Drip drying and then towleling the rest of the water off I then reassembled it.

In the sink sat the rubber maid containers earlier in the process.
I sure wonder about left overs , hear the remnant of a month gone wild. I was so busy that I lost the order of left overs in play within the menu.
Mostly those containers where you reuse most of the leftover and then that last little bit gets pushed to the back. Well I soak the rubber in the bleach/soap very hot hot water, then when the water cools enough to touch I wash them out.
This to kills any bacteria or mold that occurs.

Beloved humor. He made this for me years ago when I was up in arms with what they were doing to the food supply.

The unit sanitized I began the reasemble

I like to play around and try different layouts.
Spice it up a bit, we homemakers gotta find those little pleasures in these medial tasks:)

Walla!

Most of these are organic, but my little sign reminds me often of why I put a lot more care into what I feed this family!
This took me all day!

2 comments:

Denise said...

Really nice job.

Rona's Home Page said...

Very nice cleaning job. Oh, I now know why your blog looks familiar. I was visiting on Monday for MPM.

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