Refrigerators can be such interesting appliances. Well, maybe interesting should be swapped for confusing. Refrigerators keep your food cold, but how? It can’t be just from being plugged in. Checkout below for how refrigerators, and their parts, work together to keep your food cold.
When it comes to appliances, there are always things to do and not to do to keep the longevity of the appliance in tact. It’s the same thing for microwaves. There are certain items that cannot go into the microwave to help keep the appliances lifespan for as long as you can.
We all have a common refrigerator in our household, if not multiple. A select few may have a wine cooler in their kitchen and/or bar area. If you are a wine lover, considering investing in a wine cooler might be the correct decision for you. Many think, why spend the extra money on a wine cooler when I have a fridge? Well, we are here to tell you why.
Your refrigerator is the appliance used most in your household and for the most part the most expensive. Typically the life expectancy of a refrigerator is 10 – 15 years depending on the brand and how you maintain your refrigerator. Once your appliance breaks, it becomes too costly to repair it and there isn’t much use for it. Instead of tossing your refrigerator out, here are some creative uses to bring your old refrigerator back to life.
The gasket or seal on your refrigerator and freezer door are responsible for creating an air tight seal to keep the inside cool. It is important to clean along the edges of the refrigerator and freezer doors. Follow these steps so you can clean the door gasket easily.Continue reading