Can a refrigerator with mold be saved? You need a new fridge. Sensitive individuals include those with compromised immune systems, allergies or asthma. There is no guarantee that mold growth will not return but you have a fair chance of success if the mold has not gone too far. Bacteria should also be reduced by the cleaning but never eliminated completely.
How do you clean mold out of a refrigerator? Fill a bucket with 1 gallon of warm water and 3/4 to 1 cup of bleach. Saturate a sponge with the bleach solution and wring it out. Wipe the wall thoroughly to remove any mildew or mold accumulation. Rinse the sponge in the bucket as needed.
What kills black mold in a refrigerator? An excellent all around mold killer and disinfectant is RMR-141. Baking soda or vinegar with warm water also works well. Not all cleaning products will. Since you are cleaning non-porous surfaces, you can also try a diluted bleach solution (one cup of bleach added to one gallon of water).
How do you remove black mold from refrigerator rubber? Start by mixing a half-teaspoon of dishwashing detergent in a cup of warm water. Use a clean rag moistened with the solution to scrub the rubber seal. If black mold stains remain, spot-clean them with a half-and-half solution of chlorine bleach and warm water. Rinse with clean, warm water.