Kitchen Refrigerator Cleaning and Organizing – Example 3

Another refrigerator needed to be cleaned and consolidated to create more space. The cleaning was minimal and simply required wiping down the refrigerator items and the inside shelves and drawers. All of the items were removed in order to clean and sort. The most frequently used items have been placed closer to eye level. On the door is butter at the top along with fruit preserves, nut butters, and specialty milk directly below. The salad dressing items have been grouped in the middle. Mayonnaise, mustard, ketchup, and BBQ sauce condiments are located on the fourth door shelf. On the fifth shelf is nutritional bottles and the sixth shelf holds breakfast and dessert toppings. The first shelf of the main compartment holds cold beverages, the second shelf stores the yogurts and taller jars, and the third shelf holds the eggs and shorter jars. After consolidating, there is room to expand on the fourth shelf. The three drawers hold (from top to bottom) meats and cheeses, fruits, and vegetables. In the freezer are fruits on the top shelf, then breads on the second and third shelf. On the fourth shelf are frozen meals. In the bottom drawers are dessert in the first drawer and frozen vegetables in the second and third drawers. The freezer door holds frozen herbs, sauces, and ice packs.

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Refrigerator Before and After

Refrigerator Before and After

Refrigerator Before and After

Refrigerator Before and After

Refrigerator Before and After

Refrigerator Before and After

Refrigerator Before and After

Refrigerator Before and After

Refrigerator Before and After

Refrigerator Before and After

Freezer Before and After

Freezer Before and After

Freezer Before and After

Freezer Before and After

Freezer Before and After

Freezer Before and After

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