He brought it over, and told me that he saved me some time by chloroxing it and rinsing it out. I suspect he used a hose as I had a lot of water to wipe up. I also washed it myself, getting additional ick off. I like to know it's clean.
I filled the fridge and noted that the freezer door kept getting stuck on the fridge door. When shut, the freezer door has a large gap at the top, left corner. Sigh. So I texted the HM, telling him about the door, which he had forgotten to tell me about. He'll come by in the morning with the proper tool and some screws to better attatch the door to the hinge.
Meanwhile, I am trying to keep my food cold. So, I stuck a butter knife between the 2 doors and this is enough to keep the freezer door totally shut. I left a note, after putting a thermometer inside the fridge. Hope that it is chilled come morning.
Update: handyman came by this morning and did replaced the missing screws that hold the freezer door on it's hinges. So far, the freezer is wokring fine (was -5 degrees) so I moved my thermometer to the fridge section. I commented to the HM that there is no way this is a 5-6 y.o. fridge. I couldn't find a date on it, but manufacturers have been making plastic and glass shelving for refrigerators for at least 15 years, this fridge still has wire shelves. No wide jug in the door holder, etc.
So, for now, if it protects my food, great. HM said that he is keeping the old fridge, and will swap it back if he can fix it.