I'm not a rocket scientist, but the newer refrigerators coming out have dust trails at the end points due to crappy weather-stripping. My wife's grandma has a refrigerator from 1936 that is still running, never been serviced, and is cold, cold, cold. I wonder if I would have paid more for my $1,000.00 refrigerator if I could have gotten a better quality weather-stripping. How much should I really have to pay to keep my food cool?
> Should refrigerators be air tight?