I'm buying a new fridge, and checking websites on new models. Found those
with "spill proof glass shelves" are priced quite higher. Never had an idea
about it. Does it provides any big advantage over common glass shelves? It's
worthwhile to spend more $?
Thanks for any input.
When I purchased my first fridge 4 years ago, I thought about getting
the upgraded spillproof shelves. I passed figuring I would could
Now that 4 years passed, I don't think it was even worth thinking
about. We don't put in uncovered, or unclosed, items, so nothing
Just my option, based on my experiences.
tom @ www.Consolidated-Loans.info
[glass to see what's under the shelf so your foods are more visible.]
spillproof to catch the leaking milk carton or bag of raw chicken or
thawing fish from contaminating the raw fruits and vegetables below.
Having sold refrigerators for 25 years, I think you'll find the additional
cost comes from other added features more than from the spill proof shelves.
All that is, is a frame around the edge of the glass shelf so spills don't
run immediately over the edge of the glass. I think you'll find other
options such as "split shelves", better humidity and temp controls on the
vegetable and meat keeper baskets, adjustable shelves on the door, larger
shelves on the door, larger capacity interiors, etc that account for most of
the difference in price.
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