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When was the last time that you actually looked underneath your fridge?

In the video below, this dad will show you what he found lurking underneath his.

I still have chills.

Cleaning Refrigerator Coils 

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BeforeRefrigerator coils covered in hair, dirt and other debris.


Cleaned refrigerator coils.


Cleaning your refrigerator coils is often times a task that we neglect for years.

In the video below, you will see this young man remove his refrigerator coil cover to find that his coils are covered in dirt, hair and other debris. If you would like to try this at home, you can easily clean all of this with a simple vacuum attachment within minutes.

If you do not have the tools it is highly recommended that you consult a professional.

As suggested in this video, try to clean your refrigerator coils at least every 6 months to keep your refrigerator running smooth and more efficiently.

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