Proof in advertising
Okay, I hate cleaning and what I hate cleaning the most is my fridge. I come from a large family and have not learned how to cook for one person yet because in my house we did not have leftovers, so unfortunately I get lazy when it comes to cleaning out my fridge. (Don't worry...I am trying to break out of this habit). Recently I went into the fridge and it was not so fresh and I thought about buying Arm & Hammer like I normally do. While I was at TCS I saw this product and it mentioned being better that what I intended on purchasing, and it was right. Within hours my fridge was smelling fresh and has continued to smell fresh since the day I opened this product. I hope TCS keeps this on the market because I not only recommend it to my single friends, but those bachelors who haven't cleaned their fridge out in a while either.
May 17, 2010
One of the many Container Store products that I absolutely love. It works much better than baking soda. I bought 2 and just switch them out when needed. I even bought one for my 83 year old mom to help keep her fridge from smelling bad when she can't see what is spoiling in the back. I have found that keeping it on the bottom shelf works the best for my refrigerator.
April 28, 2012
Cigar Smell No More!
We bought a house in January, and the previous owner had stored cigars in the mini-refrigerator. I cleaned the fridge three times with bleach, baking soda, and good old soap and water--and STILL the tobacco smell remained. I decided to try Fridge Refresh based on its good reviews--IT WORKED! After two days, the tobacco smell is GONE. I highly recommend Fridge Refresh!
April 11, 2013
What's That Smell In the Fridge?
I will never have to ask that question again about my fridge. This little canister of rocks magically absorbs all of the smells in your fridge or freezer, and is quickly and easily refreshed in the sun. I like it so much that I recommend it to other people. Forget the baking soda, just buy the Fridge Refresh and breathe in the fresh, not smelly air every time you open your fridge.
May 17, 2010