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.
Halloween means candy, costumes, and of course: scary stories. But these stories don’t just have to be about werewolves and zombies. There are plenty of stories about things you can find in your own home from Vampire and Ghost Power, to radioactive food, to flooded kitchens. In the spirit of Halloween, today we are
debunking a few spooky appliance myths.
October 30, 2015
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