I think the door to my top-freezer was left open the other night, on a
warm humid night on which we weren't running the air conditioner.
Whatever the cause, the freezer now has lots of round frozen droplets
of water on its ceiling.
I was hoping that the refrigerator's defrost cycle would take care of
this, but it's been more than 24 hours now and the ice is still there.
The amount of ice is not a lot - if I chipped it all off, I'll bet the
collective weight is below four ounces - but its presence bugs me.
Is it anything to worry about, and if so, what's the easiest way to
remove it? I was thinking of taking a warm, mostly dry, sponge to it
to melt it a bit, then rub everything down with a dry cloth.