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Dust, grime and even pet hair tend to accumulate here, especially on the fridge's condenser coils. We Recommend cleaning the coils about every six months—your refrigerator will use less electricity, operate more efficiently and last longer. Have pets? Consider cleaning the coils more often.
Food, grease and other liquids can accumulate behind, on the side and under your stove. Pet hair and dust find safe haven there. This area is a great place if you're an insect, an allergen or mold, but for the rest of us, it's no place to be. Keeping the area behind and under your stove clean can reduce allergens and reduce the risk of insects such as cockroaches.
You rarely look at the tops of cabinets and shelves. But these are places where all sorts of dust and debris can come to rest and build up over time.
Lint clogging up your dryer vents not only diminishes the efficiency of your dryer, but it can be a potential hazard. Lint is highly combustible and a buildup in your dryer vents can cause a fire. Additionally, other obstructions can find their way not only into the flexible dryer vent attachment, but also in the vent leading from your house to the outside. Aside from lint, these vents can be clogged by other debris, including bird nests (yes, if they can get in, birds will build a nest), wasp nests, grass clippings, and even an occasional sock or two. Again, these obstructions will make your dryer less efficient, can cost you in time and money and may ultimately lead to a fire hazard. Consequently, it is important to routinely clean both the flexible vent behind your dryer and the vent leading to the outside of the house.