Posts filed under: Appliance Tips
Keep your garbage disposal running strong and avoid breakdowns. Learn about what food shouldn't go in a garbage disposal, including pasta, nuts, grease, fat, potato peels, eggshells, coffee grounds, bones, fruit pits, and more....
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Avoid foul odors in your kitchen by leaning how to clean a trash compactor properly. Follow our guide to remove food debris and bad smells: 1. Disconnect the power supply. 2. Remove compactor trash bag. 3. Clean...
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If you have a front load washer leaking water, you need to learn what steps to take in order to fix the problem and avoid future leaks from the front, back, and detergent dispenser....
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Whether you have an ice maker or an undercounter ice machine, these tips will help to keep your unit making fresh, clean ice for years to come. First, you'll need to identify which type of machine you own because maintenance...
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Is your Dacor dishwasher leaving food particles or white residue on your dishes after running a cycle? Don't worry, this can be a common problem, even for high-end models. The good news is that a Dacor dishwasher not getting dishes...
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A pellet grill that hasn't been cleaned accumulates grease, ash, and tar. A dirty grill means dirty food and inefficient cooking. As more residue builds, the more it will fall onto your food. Not only this, but the buildup will...
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You may already know that it's important to keep your dryer vents clean, but most people aren't aware of just how bad the problem can get without proper maintenance. Nothing beats seeing it for yourself though, and we documented a...
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If you've gone shopping for a new oven or range over the past decade, chances are you've seen some models offering "convection" baking. This type of oven has become much more popular in recent years, but you're probably wondering what...
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You may be wondering how to wash a down jacket at home using your washer and dryer. The process is actually quite simple and will leave your coats looking brand new: 1. Pre-treat your jacket before washing. 2. Only...
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After using your fireplace consistently though, or if you stop using it for a period of time, your fireplace glass might be looking a bit smoky. This is a buildup of creosote, and it’s not just unsightly – it’s also dangerous....
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