Many households are being put at risk by "inadequate" fire safety standards for fridges and freezers, the consumer group Which? has warned.
It has added to pressure on major manufacturers to stop using non-flame retardant plastic backing on the white goods after concerns were raised over their safety.
The group has now backed a call from the London Fire Brigade urging manufacturers to stop using the potentially flammable backing on fridges and freezers.
The fire service says there is nearly one fire a day involving white goods in the capital alone - and they can be deadly.
The devastating fire at Grenfell Tower is thought to have started when a fridge caught alight.
Which? says it has "significant concerns about the safety" of some models of fridges and freezers and that current British standards are "clearly deficient and inadequate".
The group is now highlighting information on the backing material type for all individual refrigeration appliances on its website, and is noting concerns on more than 230 models.
It has urged manufacturers to voluntarily stop producing non-flame retardant plastic backing on fridges, freezers and fridge freezers.