Grust; [gruhst] the matter stuck on high-up places in your kitchen, like the top of the fridge, that is the combination of grease and dust
Don’t even try to act like you don’t know what I’m talking about. If you have a kitchen and you cook in it, then you have grust. If your cupboards don’t go all the way to your ceiling, it’s up there. It’s that film that gradually gathers on the hood over your range. And? It’s sitting snuggly on the top of your refrigerator
I was reacquainted with grust the other day when I decided to unclutter the top of my fridge. I got tired of looking at the mess of objects that had accumulated there so I could get them off of my counter tops, and away I went. When I cleared everything off, what did I find? Grust. A nice healthy layer of it. (sorry cleaning the top of my fridge isn’t usually one of those chores that is one the top of my priority list) So I got out my vinegar/water spray and easily cleaned it all off, completely grossed out by the the ickiness that grust is. I mean, all of your kitchen steam from everything you cook is mixed in with dust and settles on to your surfaces. YUCK!! I didn’t really want to have to do this again. I knew that grust would always accumulate, but I wanted to find an easy way to get rid of it on a fairly regular basis.
After wandering around the kitchen and aimlessly looking through drawers, I came across my Press and Seal wrap and the light bulb click on! I could Press and Seal the top of my refrigerator, and all I’d have to do was peel it off and replace it every time I felt the need to do some grust removal. Easy peasy, right? RIGHT!!
You can do this to the top of your cabinets, and even line your pantry shelves with the Press and Seal wrap. Want to take it a step further? Line your refrigerator shelves with Press and Seal Wrap. This way if you have a sticky spill, all you need to do is peel and toss the mess away.
It doesn’t take long to apply, and your cleanup time just got incredibly slashed. You can thank me later.