DIY Fridge Liners
I used to dread cleaning the refrigerator. My old routine was to remove all the food and then take out all the glass shelving and drawers.. I would then awkwardly wash the oversized pieces in the sink, dry them and then continue with the daunting task of figuring out where they went. Using liners, saves you from having to do this tedious chore. With the liners, you can simply remove the liners and wipe them down as needed.
UPDATE: The shelves in our refrigerator are glass. There seems to be some debate about whether refrigerators with wire shelves should be lined, as it may possibly restrict air flow. I don't know whether this would be a problem or not. My guess is that cold air will still get everywhere it needs too, but I can't guarantee that to be the case.
Laura on Aug 15, 2017Yes! I cleaned and organized the fridge after a two day power outage. Had to throw away everything! The idea of using plastic bins to contain like-food is great. The hardest part was the place mats until I read your instructions and cut and taped them to size. Looks great. Thanks.
Jan Barrett Hobizal on Jul 06, 2018
Much easier and cheaper to buy the clear plastic at Wal-Mart that is.in the fabric.dept. For about 3.00 you can cover all your shelves and have left over for.other projects. (They also have.patterned) Cut to size. Pull in and out to clean. Such a time saver. I have done this for.years.