No matter which way you do it, no one looks forward to defrosting their fridge freezer. Whether you turn it off overnight to let the ice melt all over your kitchen floor, or prefer to chip away at the built up frost inch by inch until your kitchen looks like the North Pole, it’s a grim job.
Frost Free Fridge Freezers
If this sounds familiar, you may want to think about investing in a frost free fridge freezer. This eradicates the need for defrosting all together. It does it all for you.
An internal fan circulates dry air around the freezer to make sure that frost doesn’t occur so you’ll always have plenty of room for your frozen foods.
The benefits don’t stop there though. You’ll find that your food will keep in a much better condition, and items like sausage or chicken breasts will be easy to separate, so you won’t have to bang them on the kitchen work top anymore!
When you buy a frost free fridge freezer, you’ll more than likely get an auto defrost function in the fridge section too, as featured on the FF7190EX. You’ve probably noticed that condensation forms on the back wall of the fridge and it can sometimes turn into ice. Auto defrost stops this by heating the cooling element for a short period of time, melting away any frost that forms. It then drains away this water through a duct at the back of the unit.
If you like an easy life, choose a frost free fridge freezer. They eliminate the need for defrosting all together.