With summer fast approaching and school ending soon, you are probably thinking about what you’re going to do with extra children at home? With the summer season come parties, more people visiting, and being outside more than normal. You may be prepping for the summer by stocking extra drinks and food in the refrigerator; but you can easily run out of room. Luckily, there are ways to solve this problem.
Do you own a garage refrigerator or are you thinking about upgrading your kitchen refrigerator and placing your old kitchen refrigerator in the garage? Take advantage of this opportunity to get the most use out of your refrigerator. Here are five tips and tricks so you can maximize the space, get the most out of your garage refrigerator for this summer, and make room in your kitchen refrigerator.
- Party Platters
- These are perfect for when you have expected or unexpected guests at your house. You can store your party platter in the garage refrigerator and simply take it out when needed. Vegetable, fruit, meat the party platter options you can store in your garage refrigerator are endless, so why not start doing this now this summer?
- Extra Drinks
- If you are planning on saving room in your kitchen refrigerator in your home then I suggest you place extra sodas or drinks in the door of the refrigerator or on a shelf so they are easily accessible. You may also consider storing your adult beverages in the garage refrigerator if you don’t have room in your kitchen refrigerator.
- Items Bought in Bulk
- If you’re one to purchase food and drinks in bulk, you can store it in your garage refrigerator. This way, you can have smaller amounts in your garage refrigerator without losing space in your kitchen refrigerator.
- Larger Items
- Watermelon is a perfect snack to have in the warm weather season, but let’s be realistic; it won’t fit in your kitchen refrigerator. Placing the watermelon in the garage refrigerator will save you room in the kitchen refrigerator. Other food and drinks that are too big in size are also great to keep in the garage refrigerator as well to save space in your kitchen refrigerator.
- Your leftovers get pushed to the back of the refrigerator where they are left to rot, decompose, and potentially contaminate other foods as well. Use a washable marker to write on your leftover container to display what day you placed it in the fridge or even doodle on the container with a color marker and that can represent a day in the week. This way you know how long those leftovers have been sitting in the fridge.
We hope that these tips and tricks help you this summer season so that you get the optimal use for your garage refrigerator and help save space in your kitchen refrigerator. Visit http://www.1stsourceservall.com/ for any parts you may need for your appliances.
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