How to Get Mold Stains Out of the Fridge Method 3: WD-40
What you will need:
- Mild dishwashing soap
- Clean soft cloth
- Cotton swabs (optional)
- Mild Cleaner
Many are shocked to see that WD-40 can remove stains from a lot of different surfaces. The fridge is just one of the many places you can use this product to clean and remove stains. As a reminder WD-40 is a chemical and you should remove all food from the fridge before attempting this method. You do not want any cross contamination when your family's health is concerned.
- This method starts like the other two methods. You will need to fill a bucket with soap and hot water.
- Using a clean soft cloth and the soapy water you will want to try and clean up as much of the dirt and other stains as you can. Remember the more that you are able to remove now the easier it will be in later steps.
- Using the spray tube that comes with the WD-40, spray a generous amount of WD-40 on the stained area.
- Allow the chemical to sit and work its magic for only a few minutes. Again if you have a more stubborn stain you can leave the WD-40 on the stain for a little longer, but not much more.
- Using just a clean soft cloth and cotton swabs, as needed, you will wipe the WD-40 and fridge stains from the surface.
- You can repeat this method as many times as it is needed to remove the stain. After each attempt at cleaning the fridge stain inspect the area to determine if more applications are necessary.
- After you are sure the stains have been removed you will need to ensure that you thoroughly clean all remnants of the WD-40. You can do this with the soapy water, you made in the beginning, and a clean soft cloth.