If you’re not lucky enough to own on of those new anti-frost refrigerators, every now and then you will have to defrost your freezer. There are some spray products out there that claim to help speed up the melting process. They do help but you probably already have the same liquid in your home. It’s just plain old rubbing alcohol. Just fill a spray bottle with rubbing alcohol. Turn your refrigerator off and remove all the items from your freezer. Spray down the icy build-up, mopping up the water with a towel, and throwing the large chunks that break away into the sink. The rubbing alcohol is safe, will evaporate when its job is done and works so fast your frozen foods probably won’t even have time to thaw.
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