Hey all, I'm starting to get some supplies ready for a fridge build. The old fridge I'm using has a plastic skin inside and old insulation, so I'm planning on ripping that all out. My question is, is there an insulation that I can replace it with that I can leave exposed? I don't have the equipment or skills (or money to pay someone else) to re-skin the interior to cover up the insulation.
I have seen that Reflectix insulation used on the outside of smokers, would that be safe to use on the inside? It's says its aluminum foil basically on the outside I believe, but there's an adhesive that holds the layers together that would worry me.
Have any of you guys left some form of insulation exposed? It will be hot smoking, so I'm worried about any kind of fumes or debris that would mess up my food or more importantly health. Living in Iowa I need to insulate it somehow, and would prefer the "cleaner" look of not wrapping the exterior with insulation.
Thanks in advance.