If your freezer has somehow managed to get mold on the inside of it, you can easily clean it, long as it’s not too severe. Here’s how you can remove mold safely, without compromising food safety in your freezer after you finish cleaning.
First you want to just use your basic kitchen antibacterial cleaner. With either a soft dishcloth or with paper towels, give the area of wash with hot water and soap, washing the entire inside of the freezer, not just the area where the mold is growing. After that, follow up with an antibacterial cleaner and give it a good scrub over the area where the mold was.
If there is still mold, then you need to treat it with a mixture of vinegar and water. It is easiest to combine it into an empty spray bottle, but you can also just fill a container with vinegar and water, and use a dishcloth or paper towels. You want to make sure you saturate The Moldy area very well with vinegar, and then let it sit for 15 to 20 minutes before wiping it away. You may need to do this more than once to get all the mold. Then afterwards, make sure you give the inside of the freezer a good wash with hot water and soap to remove the vinegar smell.
In the future, to prevent mold from forming, make sure that if you are unplugging the fridge or freezer such as one that’s in an RV, that you prop the door open to allow for air circulation. It’s when there’s no air circulation and a little bit of bacteria or moisture that the mold can form. You can sometimes also form in a freezer that doesn’t have enough airflow around the food in it as well.