Can Your Refrigerator Kill You?
Find out how to keep nasty microbes from setting up shop in your fridge.
A Place for Everything?
Designed for food storage, some refrigerators also become a repository for batteries, fish bait, tooth whitening bleach, and all manner of other non-food items. How safe it that? Well, it's preferable to keep only food in the icebox. But if you must store items like batteries (cold prolongs their life), candles (they burn more slowly), or film (deteriorates less quickly), experts say to keep them in airtight containers so they don't come into contact with foods. Fish bait? Yeah, it needs to be kept cold. But for Pete's sake, stash it in a picnic cooler.
Keep Your Fridge Safe
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