Below are some of our best tips to help you get the longest life and best performance from your appliances, as well as some general tips that might save you from needing an appliance repair technician to come visit your home.
1. Make sure to clean the condenser every six months, or when you change your clocks for daylight savings time.
2. Clean up any spilled food or juice right away, as it can get sticky and break plastic bins and seals.
3. Clean out your lint filter inside your dryer after every use, as this can cause a fire if allowed to build up.
4. Keep the venting to the outside of your house clear, so your dryer can vent all hot air.
A dirty dryer duct can be a dangerous dryer duct. Here’s how to clean your dryer duct to prevent it from becoming a fire hazard.
While lining your oven with foil might seem like a quick and efficient way to prevent mess, it can have catastrophic results and permanently damage your oven. Click for more info and a couple of safe alternatives.
If your oven is starting to get greasy, it might be time to give it a thorough cleaning. Visible dirt, unpleasant odours, and smoke when the oven is in use, are all signs that it's time to clean. Fear not - we give a step-by-step guide to make it easy.
One of the most common issues your appliance can encounter is build up of dust and debris. Click here to find out how to quickly clear away any surface dirt that may be dragging your appliance down.
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