Holiday Shine Challenge DAY 7
The one place that is truly nasty, that I think our excellent Nosy Neighbors and Snoopy Relatives will notice and get their tongues a wagging is a refrigerator. There is nothing that can turn on a tattling tongue like a dirty refrigerator.
It’s all hogwash, but some folks think if there is a bit of a spill here and there and some funky thing growing in the vegetable drawers that moms are not keeping a tidy house.
Just once in my life, I would like these tongue waggers to walk in my shoes. The generation before mine generally cannot comprehend what the stay at home mom, work at home mom and working moms do to keep a home running even just semi-smoothly. (without the help of nannies and maids, mind you)
Just the emails and phone calls alone can sometimes take up to an hour a day to get through, much less, taking care of the kids, trying to volunteer enough to make up for the cut back in school’s funding for like EVERYTHING, and oh, Lordy I had better stop or I may pop a blood vein. Some mammas do all of it and hold a full-time job! Wow, I work part-time, and sometimes I feel like a crazed loon and act like one as well.
But on to the show,
Food safe cleaner or just a spray bottle of 1/4 vinegar to 3/4 water.
Favorite Stainless Steel cleaner for the outside if needed.
Let’s Get Started:
Turn on three groovy tunes or set your kitchen timer for 10 minutes.
Just wipe down the shelves, bins and anything else that is icky, make your fridge shine inside and out.
Use your favorite stainless steel cleaner or more of the mixture to shine the outside.
Now, later this week the fridge might now be clean again but, do not obsess I have a little trick to help you. Fill up the fridge, even if it’s just milk jugs, juice, and water bottles. This will hide anything that appears after our little clean-up.
Usually, the refrigerator ends up full when the company is coming over anyway, but just to be safe fill it up.