1st Source Servall has locations nationwide to help you find the parts you need. To help you find the store nearest to you and tell you about the great team members who work there, we’re back again this week with another Store Shout-Out(if you missed our last Shout-Out you can find that here).
This week’s Shout-Out goes to our Byron Center, Michigan location!
509 76th St SW, Byron Center, MI 49315 | Phone: (616) 241-1991
There are some stains that just seem to love to stick to our clothing not matter what we do. Here are some tips on removing some of the most frustrating stains like deodorant, ink, and blood stains from your clothes.
Deodorant Stains: The first thing you’re going to need to do get white vinegar and a toothbrush to tackle the stain. Steps to remove the stain:
1. Turn the problematic garment inside out.
2. Pour white vinegar directly onto the stained area and let it set for about 60 seconds so it can completely seep into the stain.
3. Use a toothbrush to lightly scrub the stained area, and then allow it to sit overnight.
4. Wash the garment normally in the washer.
Now that it’s November, those unbearably cold winter months are just ahead of us. If you have noticed certain rooms in your home that are colder or warmer than others, get this fixed on your own so that every room in your home is comfortably equipped for this winter!
There are a few reasons why this could be happening and some things you can do so that warm and cold air is distributed evenly throughout your home. When the air is balanced, your systems will run more efficiently, which in turn will save you money on your bills.
Even if you clear your lint filter in between each wash, lint can still be building up in your clothing dryer from lint escaping through small gaps around the dryer drum. A simple do it yourself way to help solve this problem is cleaning out your exhaust duct and the inside of your dryer.
Steps to clean the exhaust duct
First of you are going to need to shut off the gas, unplug the dryer, and pull the dryer away from the wall.
Disconnect the duct from the dryer.
Use a vacuum of a duster to remove all of the lint, if you notice your duct is the plastic type you will want to replace it with a rigid metal duct.
A garbage disposal can be super helpful in the kitchen for clean up, but every now and then the disposal itself needs to be cleaned up as well. We have a quick way to absorb the smell from your garbage disposal and clean the unit as well.
At 1st Source Servall, we want to ensure that our customers and readers are safe and aware of important appliance recalls. As of November 3rd, GE has issued a recall on approximately 33,500 GE Zoneline® Packaged Terminal Air Conditioners and Heating Units (PTACs) due to Fire Hazard Risk.