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(Domestic) Defrosting

I know I should know how do this but it's never come up before (the joys of always moving I guess).

Our freezer needs defrosting. How do I do it?

Do I just swicth the whole thing off and let it flood everywhere? Do I do something else?

You know kids, sometimes being an adult isn't all it's cracked up to be.

I may have to ring mummy tomorrow for assistance.

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goldmoonrj
Dec. 6th, 2005 02:18 pm (UTC)
Handy piece of advice: use newspaper to wrap the goods you are going to remove from the freezer - it works wonders in keeping food from going off while you defrost the appliance. :)
mrmmarc
Dec. 7th, 2005 03:18 am (UTC)
Never had a flood.
The absorbant qualities of the Mail/Mail on Sunday have never failed me.
See it can be used for SOMETHING!
(It can also be used to do two other things-
1- Emergency outdoor bog paper
2- To wrap up the food with the pink bacteria (see above) in 590 layers of newspaper before throwing the entire thing out (that includes food, plate and newspaper).
Oh and for the record- I have never had pink bacteria in my food. But I have sen it in others fridges.
And refused to eat in their house again!
E V E R!!!)

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