Fridge-a-mortis: the nasty goo

By June 5, 2013Reviews/Giveaways

It’s spring cleaning time again, and while that can be fun for most people, eventually everyone will have to venture into the dark cold crevices of their refrigerator. In there, down at the very bottom you might find a bit of what the Clorox Ick-tionary likes to call fridge-a-mortis. This icky substance is the frozen liquid that collects at the bottom of vegetable drawers when they’re left unchecked for too long. It’s not the end of the world, yes it may make your stomach a little queezsy but thankfully there’s a solution.

This nasty goo can be the worst of your cleaning if you don’t know how to handle it. Luckily, Clorox has your back with their Clorox® Clean-Up® Cleaner with Bleach. This great cleaner will make short work of that gunk of vegetables past, clearing it out in a snap while disenfecting at the same time.

Clorox Ick-tionary

Would you like to learn more funny “ick” words? Maybe you’d like to find some better cleaning tips? Perhaps you have one of your own? If so, you can check out the Clorox Ick-tionary and submit your own Ick-tionary term!

Have you checked out my Pinterest Board I created with some ick moments, there are a few that might just make you giggle!

Clorox Pinterest Board

Visit www.icktionary.com to learn the new language for ick and how Clorox® cleaning and laundry products can help you tackle the next icky situation in your home, play games and win coupons while supplies last!

Tell me about one of your life’s icky moments for a chance to win $250 to treat the spider killing, luggage carrying, lawn mowing dad in your life! Visit www.icktionary.com to learn the new language for ick and how Clorox® cleaning and laundry products can help you tackle the next icky situation in your home, play games and win coupons while supplies last!

 This post is brought to you by The Clorox Company.  I have partnered with them to spread the word about Clorox’s Ick-tionary program. To share Ick-tionary terms and real life messes, visit [www.icktionary.com].  All opinions and stories are my own. Official Sweepstakes Rules

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