Refrigerator running warm – Use a refrigerator coil brush! This is a common complaint with refrigerator, the owner notices that the food is spoiling faster than it should, and the refrigerator just doesn’t seem cold enough.
This brush is designed to clean off the dirt and buildup on refregerator coils for residential and commercial refrigerators. The tapered brush gets into the grooves of the coils. It is 25.5" long and has a 9-1/4"L plastic handle for a comfortable grip.
How to clean your refrigerator coils:
You clean out the lint trap on your dryer right? You should also clean your refrigerator coils. You should clean the condenser coils on your refrigerator about twice a year. Those coils are collecting dust over those six months! Unplug the fridge prior to cleaning. Pull the refrigerator from the wall and remove the grill. Follow your Manufacturer’s Use and Care Guide for Cleaning, which is generally to unplug the refrigerator, remove the base grill, use your vacuum cleaner with our specially designed coil brush to get the coils free from dust and lint that has been collecting. Note on some models, the coils may be behind the Refrigerator.
Did you know that by keep the coils clean you can save money? Clogged, dirty coils causes the refrigerator to “work harder” to maintain it’s cold temperatures and that will cost more to run.