Whether you are just doing laundry for yourself or you have a house full of children that make never-ending piles of clothes that need to be washed, doing laundry can get overwhelming if you are working in a messy space. Washer and dryer units take up a lot of room wherever they are in your home, not to mention the extensive space that is occupied by laundry baskets and piles of clean or dirty clothes. Here are some great ways to clean and organize where you do your laundry that will make the process of doing laundry much easier for you.
Dishwashers make our lives a whole lot easier. No more scrubbing those dishes clean after every meal. All we have to do is load up the dishwasher and press start. But is that REALLY all we have to do? No, actually, it’s not. In order to see our dishes come out sparkly clean time and time again, we have to keep our dishwashers sparkly clean too. This is very important for several reasons:
Washers make our lives a lot easier. No more hand washing shirts or pants since the machine can get the job done for us. However, most people are not aware that their washing machines can clean more than just their dirty clothes and towels. Learn about all of the household items that can be safely cleaned the next time you do a wash cycle.
It may sound weird to wash your washing machine, but it can be beneficial for you! Many washing machines never get cleaned but there are some reasons we should do it.
Moving into a new home is a very exciting time. So exciting that sometimes you don’t think about all of the factors that play into moving everything in. One thing in particular that may not cross a new home buyer’s mind is ensuring the floors don’t get damaged throughout the moving process. Pushing large appliances such as a fridge or a washer across your new home’s tiled floors or hardwood is not the best idea. This could result in permanent scratches and marks that will not go away without replacing the flooring altogether. However, there is a very easy fix for this!
We’ve been adding to our Product Pick of the Week series for quite a while now, but we realize that for many of you, this may be your first time visiting our blog.
So for starters, welcome and thank you for checking us out!
If you’re wondering what this series is all about, each week we highlight a product, part, category of parts, etc. and we talk about how it works or what is does for your appliance and try to share a few related tips.
This week’s pick goes to Affresh Stainless Steel Cleaner.
A common problem when cleaning your kitchen is that many of us clean what we can see: counter-tops, the sink, the stove-top, stains on the refrigerator, and the controls on our range hoods. But something many of us often forget about is cleaning under and inside of our range hoods. This is because we don’t usually have to look up under there unless the fan is making a strange noise or the light bulb burns out.
If it’s been a while since you’ve checked out the underside of your range hood, you might not like what you see, especially when it comes to your filter. But don’t stress about scrubbing down grease just yet. Before you tackle cleaning your range hood, we’ve got a few tips for cleaning your range hood that will hopefully save you a bit of elbow grease.