The dryer is a great appliance to have in the house. It makes the laundry process much easier and quicker for obvious reasons. However, there are certain things to be cautious of when referring to the dryer and its parts. There is one specific part that should be working correctly in order to keep the household safe.
Even though there is only a little bit of time left this summer, there is still time to have a few summer time cleaning tips. Tips are always great, especially when it has to do with something like cleaning. Read below for a few tips to make cleaning the rest of the summer a little easier.
Bathrooms are one of the most avoided areas to clean in your home, but why? Whatever the case may be whether it is because of the moisture in the room, the germs or strong products it still has to get done. Did you know that even though you dumped bleach and scrub your entire bathroom you still might have been cleaning it wrong the entire time?
Here we have listed reasons why your bathroom isn’t getting the efficient cleaning it deserves.
During this mini-series we have looked at the bathroom, kitchen, living room, and bedroom. Now it’s time to get “down and dirty” and tackle the garage. Not one of the main rooms in the house but still something that could get overlooked. Sooner or later we will clean the whole house!
As the winter months are approaching, families will be spending a lot more time inside and that means more contact with each other and more importantly germs. So we have brought to you a Mini-Series! Every week, for the next couple weeks we will be bringing you a new room to clean in your home. This week…? The Bathroom.
In just about every home, you’ll find a washer. There are constantly newer more efficient or user friendly models appearing on the market, but they all have one thing in common: a Door Seal. Without this one simple part, you wouldn’t be able to use your washer without ending up with a giant puddle on your floor, which is why it’s our Pick of the Week.
Warm summer days are the best for swimming and soaking up the sun, but the heat can also be getting the best of your home appliances. Extreme heat, summer storms, and power outages can damage your appliances and make them work much harder than they are used to. If you don’t keep an eye on your major appliances, they may unexpectedly break down or start functioning less efficiently.