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Old 05-04-2009, 02:37 PM   #1
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disinfectant wipes to clean inside refrigerator

I have lysol disinfectant wipes that I normally use to clean the dining table and wipe down countertop tables. Is it a bad idea to use to wipe down the inside of a refrigerator?
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you might want to use the spray to clean your fridge
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use normal hot water and soap.

serioulsy, i just find it funny with all these wipes, dusters..
we traditionally call them a mop + water and soap.
or instead of a duster, we acll them cloth + water and soap.
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use normal hot water and soap.

serioulsy, i just find it funny with all these wipes, dusters..
we traditionally call them a mop + water and soap.
or instead of a duster, we acll them cloth + water and soap.
Convenience. Pull out of pre-packaged container, use it once, then throw it away.
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The lysol wipes ARE good for killing bacteria, but I find they leave a soapy-ness when wiped across some objects... which i don't like, it makes things sticky... def not cool for wiping shiftknobs LOL
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use water mixed with vinegar or water mixed with a tiny bit of bleach.
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use water mixed with vinegar or water mixed with a tiny bit of bleach.
yeah, make sure to keep the bleach content low, as that's pretty much dangerous for your health if it gets in your food.

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