• Helpful Tips: How to Organize LG Fridge with NatureFRESH™

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How the Airflow Work to Keep Freshness

#Airflow #LINEARCooling #DoorCooling #NatureFRESH
LINEARCooling™ provides cooler air faster than any other system. DoorCooling⁺™ protects against air flow loss due to temperature loss that occurs whenever the refrigerator door is open.
When you open the door, cool air starts moving from the top at the front. Make room in the upper chamber's center space to avoid blocking air flow keeping it away from cold-sensitive foods like eggs and vegetables.
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How to Store Specific Foods

#Meat #Fish #Fruit #Vegetables #FreshZone
To better preserve meat, lightly apply cooking oil on the meat surface and store on the lower shelves. This delays oxidation and prolongs storage.
If there is dirt on vegetables or fruits, there may be germs or microorganisms left on them. Unwashed fruits and vegetables should be kept separate. Raw vegetables can be wrapped in newspaper and kept in the Fresh Zone.
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Keep Your Fridge Organized and Clean

#Shelves #RetractableShelf #UnpleasantSmells #Cleaning
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Regular refrigerator cleaning is important for your health. With the Retractable Shelf, you can easily store tall pots and foods that won't fit elsewhere.
Please keep clean with regular cleanings. Turn off the power first, remove all food, then clean with a clean cloth or wet dishtowel. Make sure to remove any residues and garbage inside the refrigerator.
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    Lower Shelves & Upper Shelves

    Items that need to be cooked at higher temperatures (like raw chicken) should be kept on the bottom shelves. You can also keep your ready-to-eat meals and leftovers on the top shelves for quick and convenient access.
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    Label It

    Finding expired foods is not fun. Please manage the middle shelf by using labels so you can be sure about what's safe to eat.
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    Fridge Doors

    Mayo, ketchup, mustard, relish bottled water, soda, juice all do best in the fridge doors. The doors are the warmest area of the fridge and should be reserved for foods that are most resistant to spoiling.
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    Baking Soda

    Take a box, fill it with baking soda, and place it in a corner of your refrigerator. The powder will absorb odors and eliminate smells after a while. Make sure to replace the box every 3 months.
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