As the weather clears up and becomes nicer, you might start to notice some things that may have been neglected on your house over those long winter months. The responsibility of maintaining the external aspects of your home can seem daunting at first, but don’t stress! Read on for a simple checklist of the basics. Continue reading
Turns out, your coffee machine should be cleaned at least once a month, and more often than that if you brew more than one pot a day (or if you have particularly hard water). Every time coffee gets brewed, tiny amounts of debris from the beans, and anything in your water, build up in the machine. If left to sit for too long, this can become noticeable in the taste of your coffee- yikes! Continue reading
It’s cleaning day and all you have to do is vacuum. Everything is clean so after vacuuming everything should look and smell great, but wait, you’re done vacuuming and there is this lingering smell. Sometimes the vacuum can accumulate certain odors which causes it to smell after being used. Read below to figure out how to get rid of this smelling vacuum.
Have you ever had a glass that was one of the favorites to use or have you noticed your glasses aren’t as good looking as they used to be? Hard water stains can make glasses look cloudy, dirty and old. For tips on how to remove hard water stains, read below.
The dishwasher keeps you from having to hand-wash all those dishes that pile up throughout the day, which is a huge time saver. But what if your dishwasher is suddenly not working correctly? Before stressing out, try checking these common problems and see if you can make some small adjustments to fix it yourself! Continue reading
Lint can accumulate inside the dryer, leading to conditions that could cause a dryer fire.
When your dryer breaks down, it can be difficult to know if it’s worth repairing or not. Before running out and buying a new appliance, here are a few factors to take into consideration.
It’s great when people discover that a certain item in the household can do more than one thing. For example vinegar has this impact. Another item that can be used for more than one purpose is Windex. Read below on how this cleaning supply does more than clean windows.
The New Year is right around the corner. The Christmas holiday is over so everyone will begin to think about the upcoming new year and what resolution, if there is any, that people will be making for themselves. Here’s a thought, what about making a resolution for your house? Below are some house cleaning resolutions that you may want to follow to keep the house looking clean all year round.
For most households, with another round of Holidays comes an excessive amount of food. To keep organized, now is the time to clean out the fridge! Emptying and organizing now will save you the confusion of not knowing what items are from when, and it will make space in there for all the new Holiday goodies! Here are some tips on how to effectively clean your fridge.
- Empty out all of the food from the refrigerator. Go through it and dispose of anything that is expired or will be expired before anyone gets a chance to use it. Check those expiration dates!
- Wipe down any spills or spots from the surfaces inside the unit with a hot rag.
- Remove the drawers and removable shelves, and wash them in the sink as you would dirty dishes. Be sure to dry everything thoroughly before putting them all back in. You can use dish soap or a baking soda solution to clean surfaces.
- When you put the food back in the (nice and clean) fridge, organize it! An organized fridge can save tons of time throughout the day. Try putting things that will expire sooner toward the front, so you know to use them first. Also, make use of the various drawers and shelves in your fridge- everything should have its proper place by the time you are done.
- Remove any magnets/pictures on the outside of the unit and wipe the front, sides, and top down with a damp cloth.
Project complete! With these tips, you can be assured that your fridge is clean, that your food will stay safe and fresh, and that there is plenty of new space for the onslaught of Holiday food!
Visit PCAppliancerepair.com to find the parts that work for your needs.
Subscribe to our e-mail newsletter for more appliance repair help, new product news, and more.
Visit http://www.pcappliancerepair.com and enter your e-mail address in the subscribe box on the side.
If you have any questions, please feel free to leave a comment below!
One of the worst things about smelly appliance is many people don’t know where to look or how to even clean to get the smell to disperse. One of the smelliest appliances that can create a foul smell is the dishwasher. The dishwasher has constant food, water and other materials sitting or cycling through it weekly, so there may come a point where it starts to smell. Read below on where to look when it comes to the smells in the dishwasher.