If you’re an avid coffee drinker, you probably throw away several pounds of coffee grounds in a month. But what if you could use those for something, instead of wasting them? Turns out you can! Keep reading for a few creative ideas on how to get even more use out of your coffee!
Maintenance on appliances can seem intimidating at times, but when you know what to do, it becomes easier. All appliances need some sort of maintenance throughout its lifetime. The appliance maintenance that will be discussed further below is the dishwasher.
Before cleaning those dishes for the next few weeks, have you ever wondered how unhealthy or okay it is to wash hands without gloves? Below is your answer.
Garbage disposals are an extremely helpful appliance that makes doing dishes and cleaning up a breeze. But, there are some things that even your tough garbage disposal cannot handle. And, if these select items are put in your garbage disposal, they cannot only damage your disposal, but your plumbing, too.
Dish soap is a detergent used to assist in washing dishes. It contains a mixture of highly foaming surfactants used for cooking utensils, plates, and other dishes. Dish soap has capabilities to fight odor and grease as well as get rid of any stains. Although dish soap has multiple uses, there are certain places that you should never use dish soap in.
Washing dishes by hand is not only a chore no one wants to do, it is also less sanitary then throwing the dishes in the dishwasher and letting the machine do all of the work for you.
Dishwashers were created to make life a little bit easier by washing our dishes for us. It seems all fairly easy. All you have to do is put your dishes in and press the button but …there’s a good chance millions of us have been doing it wrong.
Here we have 7 things to avoid when using the dishwasher: