Chilled Fridge Man


Did you know that different parts of your refrigerator are at different temperatures? In just that small space it can vary by as much as 5oC! - possibly more if you have an old fridge. Now your supposed to keep your fridge at somewhere between 2oC and 5oC, so if it's varying by 5 degrees that's not so good for your food. Don't panic too much, these quests are designed to sort it all out.

A square badge with the inside of a refrigerator in the center with the words: Chilled Fridge Man

Understand your fridge microclimates.

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What's the Right Temperature for Refrigerator?

What's the Right Temperature for Refrigerator? (Kitchen Tips)

Kitchen Tips from GeoBeats. 40 degrees fahrenheit is about 4 degrees celsius.
2 minutes


Why do the readings vary throughout the day?

Most probably because you keep opening and closing the door! Everytime you open the door you let cold air out.

Beware of

Quick readings

You'll need to keep the thermometer in one postion for at least 24 hours to get a proper reading

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