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  • Why You Should Really Clean Your Household Appliances

    December 1, 2017 6:12:00 AM PST

    Why You Should Really Clean Your Household Appliances

    The cleanliness of your home and kitchen is important to your overall well being. With the amount of time we spend in our homes, there exists an obvious need to keep our appliances clean and to maintain that level of cleanliness on a consistent basis. These household appliances include refrigerators, microwaves, blenders, dishwashers, washing machines among others …

  • How to Get Ink Out of a Dryer

    November 24, 2017 7:13:00 AM PST

    How to Get Ink Out of a Dryer

    Ink stains in the dryer can spell trouble for each and every load of wash that you do. Get rid of these problematic spots with a few tricks and tips that will remove the ink and eliminate the chance of finding dark spots on future loads of your family's laundry …

  • Cooking Pans You Actually Need

    November 17, 2017 5:39:00 AM PST

    Cooking Pans You Actually Need

    Everyone dreams of having a fully-stocked kitchen that can handle any type of meal. But if you can't afford that, you can make do if you only have the following four cooking pans. These are almost as important as any kitchen appliance, so include them on your shopping list when you're buying things for your home …

  • Who Invented the Dishwasher & How Has It Changed Our World

    November 3, 2017 6:25:00 AM PDT

    Who Invented the Dishwasher & How Has It Changed Our World

    The earliest known dishwasher was developed 160 years ago. It created a revolution, which brought forth new sleek digital dishwashers we see today. Today‚Äôs dishwasher has impressive functionality, it's streamlined and has sleek lines. The history of this appliance is impressive, to say the least. …

  • How Much Water Does a Dishwasher Use?

    October 27, 2017 5:54:00 AM PDT

    How Much Water Does a Dishwasher Use?

    When your hands are at war with plates of crusty, baked-on lasagna, it's hard to realize just how much water is running down the drain. Between rinses, scrubs, and distractions, washing dishes by hand can use 27 gallons of water per load. That's water usage that the environment, and your credit card, will feel. So, how do dishwashers compare? New, environment-friendly dishwashers will use as little as 3 gallons of water in a single load …

  • Clean Your Front Load Washing Machine Like a Pro

    October 20, 2017 5:49:00 AM PDT

    How to Clean a Front Load Washing Machine

    Here are a few cleaning tips to keep your front load washing machine fresh and running smoothly. Start with the inside of the washer …

  • Tips on How to Clean a Dishwasher

    October 11, 2017 6:24:00 AM PDT

    Tips on How to Clean a Dishwasher

    While dishwashers are great for cleaning and sanitizing your dishes, the machine itself needs to be cleaned every so often. Dirty dishes may expose your dishwasher to grease, food debris and soap scum that tends to accumulate inside the machine …

  • What are the Benefits of a Bottom Mount Refrigerator?

    October 6, 2017 6:07:00 AM PDT

    What are the Benefits of a Bottom Mount Refrigerator?

    Bottom mount refrigerators have recently become very popular, as opposed to the more traditional top-mounted units. When you visit an appliance store these days, you'll probably see all three of these types of refrigerators. So, why choose a bottom mount refrigerator …

  • Five Ways to Store Your Winter Produce from Your Garden

    September 29, 2017 6:14:00 AM PDT

    Five Ways to Store Your Winter Produce from Your Garden

    Now that it's time to harvest the vegetables from your garden, you need to know how to properly store your produce for the winter. Here are five tips that will help you with that …

  • Foods that Should Always Be Kept in the Fridge

    September 22, 2017 6:47:00 AM PDT

    Foods that Should Always Be Kept in the Fridge

    Are you storing your foods properly? There are many foods that seem to end up in the pantry or on your counter that really should be kept in the refrigerator. Failure to keep these items chilled can result in spoilage, shorter-shelf life, and less-flavorful foods over time …

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