When was the last time you cleaned out your freezer? Here’s what to use…

To get the inside of your freezer clean, wipe it with a sponge that has been dampened with rubbing alcohol. It won’t freeze up while it gets rid of those frozen spills and stains in no time.

If you have an ancient unit that needs to be defrosted regularly, try this before turning the cold back up—wipe the interior surfaces with a light layer of glycerin (available at most drugstores), or give it a light spritz of nonstick vegetable spray. The next time you defrost, the excess will slide off easily.

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