Defrosting the Freezer: 5 Little Tips To Do It The Natural Way


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Defrosting the freezer is essential to ensure the proper functioning of the appliance and to keep the food it contains as well as possible.

Excess ice is a big problem. This reduces the space available inside the freezer and hinders proper operation. As a result, the stored food could no longer be edible and the energy expenditure of the appliance could increase considerably. Too often forgotten, defrosting should be done at least once a year if the ice layer is not too thick.

Otherwise, it is necessary to defrost at least twice a year, in summer and in winter. This is especially valid for all freezers that do not have an auto-defrost system.

To simplify the work, it is always advisable to defrost the freezer before the layer of ice exceeds a thickness between 5 mm and 1 cm. Here are 4 tips to do it correctly and easily.


1) Unplug the socket and remove the ice