Seal Test.


No, not the ice cream brand.  Amy from St Mary School is performing the "seal test" of his kitchen's refrigerator.  A door seal that can't firmly grip a dollar bill is a door seal that's letting the cold out of your fridge.  And that means your fridge must work harder (ie: consume more electricity) to keep its contents cold.  (It might also mean your ice cream could melt!!)  Nice job, Amy!

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