Summary for the major misunderstandings of the use of refrigerators
- Put the milk and eggs on the bottle rack in the refrigerator door. Most refrigerator doors are designed with special places for eggs, but an American advanced freezer manufacturer believes that this is the hottest part of the refrigerator, and perishable food should not be put at all.
- Raw meat is placed on the top shelf. When the raw meat is not used up after opening, it is wrapped in plastic wrap and put back-in this way, it is easy for blood to flow out because it is not wrapped properly, and the food on the lower level of the refrigerator is polluted. If it drops on the vegetables to be eaten raw, it will also cause food poisoning.
- Apples are put together with other foods. Apples will release ethylene, which will cause other fruits and vegetables around them to dry and deteriorate. Apples should be sealed in plastic bags or crisper, so as to prolong the service life of other refrigerated foods in the refrigerator.
- The liquid is spilled on the shelf and not dried. This will turn your refrigerator into a hotbed of bacteria. In addition to keeping the refrigerator shelf dry, the leftover food should be sealed with plastic wrap or poured into a sealed container to prevent the food from drying out or liquid from flowing out.