Why critics are pointing out one ‘huge’ issue with mum’s fridge after she proudly posted a snap of her ‘hack’
- A Woman received backlash from hundreds after she posted her fridge
- Facebook users quickly pointed out the packages of fresh meat on the top shelf
- Meat is suggested to be stored on the bottom shelf to avoid cross contamination
- ‘Raw meat should always be on the bottom shelf,’ a Facebook user wrote online
A savvy mum has received backlash from hundreds after posting a photo of her ‘fridge hack’ to Facebook.
The mum shared her ‘go-to $6 fridge trick’ with Kmart tea towels that personalises, protects and provides extra grip on glass shelves.
But her clever idea was ridiculed when Facebook users pointed out plastic packages of raw meat sitting on her top shelf.
A woman has received backlash from hundreds after she posted a photo of her fridge to Facebook where many found one huge fault on her top shelf
Fresh meat should always be stored on the bottom shelf inside the fridge to avoid cross contamination and juices from dripping. It also gets warmer faster on the top shelf.
‘Raw meat should always be on the bottom shelf,’ one wrote.
‘Doesn’t matter if the shelf is glass, plastic, or even wooden. Bacteria can easily seep and contaminate other food items,’ another wrote.
‘I’ve always done that in case it leaks blood everywhere,’ a third wrote.
Other users said the mum shouldn’t have received such criticism and were left impressed with her organised fridge and simple tea towel DIY.
Other users said the mum shouldn’t have received such criticism and were left impressed with her organised fridge and simple Kmart DIY hack
‘Seriously ladies, it’s about the beautiful tea towels she is using. All these Gordon Ramsays lecturing her on where her meat and eggs should go is bloody ridiculous,’ one wrote.
‘I just wish my fridge had so little in it and looked so pretty and neat! I’m stuck with 500 condiment bottles, and bowls of leftovers shoved everywhere,’ another wrote.
A third added: ‘This is so cool. Handy for catching drips and spills as well – and so much easier to chuck them in the washing than having to scrub the shelves all the time.’