Do you dread laundry day? Laundry has made the top five “worst household chores” in several studies, so you are not the only one. Although it may never be your first choice for how to spend your free time, there are many things you can do to make doing laundry less of a chore. Read these ten tips to help improve your laundry day!
When it comes to the dryer, there always seems to be some confusion when it comes to venting. Dryer venting is important and should be done the right way to keep the dryer from functioning properly and the people in the house safe. For dryer venting misconceptions or myths, read below.
Fires within the home are terrifying. They usually want to be avoided at all costs so why not take the steps to do so. A number of fires have been created by the dryer. Consumer reports states “‘Dryer fires are responsible for nine deaths, 420 civilian injuries, and $222 million in property damage annually,’ says Marty Ahrens, a spokesperson for the NFPA.” Read below on how to prevent dryer fires.
The modern appliances have it’s benefits when it comes to laundry, cooking, etc. However, sometimes there are things that need to be kept in mind when it comes to our household appliances. There can be certain dangers to some furry friends and even children when it comes to the machines. Read below to see how to keep the pets and children safe.
We spend nearly a third of our lives sleeping in our beds, but how clean are they? Humans shed millions of dead skin cells, and also lose a lot of sweat in the night. If left unwashed, this essentially leaves a breeding ground for dust mites and bacteria. Grossed out? Here’s how to make sure your bedding is clean!
When an appliance isn’t working, it can bring a certain amount of unwanted stress. Well in this case, the dryer isn’t drying to the best if it’s capabilities. Read below to figure out why.
Whenever an appliance in installed into the house, people look at the manual and then throw it away. However, did you know it may be a good idea to keep some of those manuals? Read below to see what should be kept and what can be tossed. It’s better to have them and not need them, then need them and not have them.