Your Master Cleaning Guide Using Affresh Cleaners

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Not a fan of cleaning? Every home whether it is big or small can get dirty. Your appliances are always being used to do the dirty work for you but in the end, they can accumulate dust,  get grimy or even have an odor. Ew! Avoid headaches from cleaning by using our Affresh cleaning guide made to make your cleaning job easier and more time to spend on yourself because you deserve it.

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Why Does My Stove Keep Clicking?

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You turn the knob on your gas stove and you notice the surface ignitor is making a clicking noise? This problem is something everyone has faced at some point in their life. Luckily, you can fix this clicking noise all by yourself. Continue reading

The Self-Cleaning Oven System

Picture of oven with door open - self cleaning oven cycle partsOvens get dirty over time. Cleaning your oven by hand will require you to get on your knees and scrub like crazy! You can saturate the inside of your oven with cleaning chemicals and hope that your oven is clean, but that doesn’t always work. Continue reading

How to fix a smelly washer

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We put our clothes in the washer expecting them to come out smelling beautiful. Nothing is worse than the clothing coming out still smelly! If this happens to you, your washer probably needs to be cleaned. We are here to help by giving you a step by step list to making your washer and clothes smelling pretty again.  Continue reading

How to Remove Rust from Stainless Steel Appliances

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When you think of stainless steel, you would automatically assume that “stainless” would not stain, but in fact, steel will rust. When the chromium of steel comes into contact with oxygen, it creates a thin layer called chromium oxide. This layer covers the surface to resist stains and rust but if the layer is damaged it will lose its ability to resist. With proper care of your stainless steel appliance, your chromium oxide later will remain in good shape.

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New Year, New Me: Appliance Maintenance

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Get rid of those old 2017 habits and start fresh by taking care of your appliances in 2018. Forget about working out and cutting junk food from your lifestyle and make a resolution that you might actually stick to throughout the year. Maintaining your appliances decreases the cost of big un-wanted expenses. Increase the longevity of your appliances by following these steps to a repair-free year.

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Avoid Garbage Disposal Repairs

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Your garbage disposal is something that you probably use every day and dealing with disposal trouble can be a bit of a pain. In order to avoid garbage disposal repairs, you’ll need to get into a routine to take care of your appliance before it breaks down

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Why Are My Dishes Still Dirty?

To ensure that your dishes come out clean as can be follow these steps.

To ensure that your dishes come out clean as can be follow these steps.

Your dishwasher’s job is to automatically clean the dishes and utensils inside the unit. But, you notice that the dishes aren’t as clean as they should be. The solution can be simple as just cleaning the spray arm, filter, and float. To ensure that your dishes come out clean as can be follow these steps. Continue reading

5 Steps to Reduce Dust in Your Home and Be A Healthier You

Dust can act as an irritant to your eyes and lungs. Here are a few ways to fight dust inside your home.

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dustmiteDo you know what dust is?  Dead skin, pet dander, dust mites, dust mite feces and remains, insect parts, and more!  Yuck!  Everyone breathes better in a home that isn’t so dusty, because dust acts as an irritant to your eyes, nose and lungs. Dust also negatively impacts many items in your home, including clogging up vents in electronics such as your computer, or your refrigerator coils.  Dust accumulates in our homes, so we want to reduce the amount of dust on flat surfaces, floors, and in fabrics and fibers. So take these five steps to reduce dust, and save on extra housework, and keep your family healthier.

  1. vacuumVacuum Regularly – Vacuuming regularly is the most efficient way to reduce dust, but make sure your vacuum has a good filter in it. Vacuums suck up the dust so you can physically remove it from your home, but without a good filter, vacuuming ends…

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Your dirty humidifier could be making you sick, here’s how to clean it

humidifier spreading steam into airEveryone knows the benefits of running a humidifier during the dry winter months. The humidifier adds much need water moisture to your home’s air which helps your lungs and keeps your nasal passages from drying out; preventing illness. It can even help prevent migraines.

However, if you are not regularly cleaning your humidifier – and we’re talking weekly here – then your humidifier might be brewing up something else – bacteria, mold and mildew.

ABC News tested 10 different humidifiers from 10 different homes for different molds and bacteria. Most of the humidifiers tested showed Continue reading