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Thursday, January 5, 2017

Still Need a New Year's Resolution? Check Out This Checklist!

Cleaning and checking our appliances for problems can be a difficult thing to remember, but it is very important to do. If you're still looking for a New Year's resolution, doing that simple maintenance is a great idea! Here is a chart we made to help you remember to do it. Print it off and put it somewhere you'll be able to see it every could months!

Clean and check washer and dryer

Clean and check hose connections on washer and dryer

Clean and check dishwasher for leaks

Clean and check fridge for leaks

Check water heater for leaks

Clean and check seal on oven

Thursday, December 29, 2016

5 Stove-Top Hints

1. While you don't want to use it for everything, using ammonia to clean stove burners is very efficient. Soak the stove-top burners in ammonia overnight, and then rinse them off in the morning. Your burners should look as good as new!

2. Spills are always a major bummer, especially on the stove top, but there's a way to make clean up a bit faster. Simply toss a handful of salt on the spill! The salt will absorb a lot of the liquid and will make clean up a breeze.

3. Pouring olive or vegetable oil will help lift caked on messes. After the oil is applied, simply spray it with all-purpose cleaner and the stove-top is now clean!

 4. Do you have an extra stubborn caked on mess? Boiling a kettle of water and carefully pouring the water onto the stove will lift even th most stubborn of caked on messes. Be careful not to flood your stove or burn yourself with hot water though!

5. When your oven is all cleaned, taking steps to minimize future messes is a good idea. One unique idea to consider is waxing your stove! waxing your stove will make future wipe ups a piece of cake, as they slip right off of the wax-covered surface.

Thursday, December 22, 2016

An Easy, Energy Saving Tip

According to LG, if your refrigerator is pushed back as far as possible it won't run as efficiently as possible. However, pulling it forward one inch can reduce the energy usage by a significant amount.

Thursday, December 15, 2016

How to Clean Your Range Hood Filter

Changing your range hood filter is important to keep the vent working properly. We found a video that will teach you how to clean or replace it!

Thursday, December 8, 2016

Are you Cooking Christmas Dinner?

If you're cooking Christmas dinner, it might be a good time to check your appliances. Are they ready to handle the load of cooking for a whole family? If your appliances are up to the job, we can help.

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Thursday, December 1, 2016

5 Tips to keep your kitchen in top shape!

1. Kid Drawers

Kids are just tiny people, and they need to eat too! Instead of having them talk to you every time they want a snack, put snack foods near the bottom of the fridge so they can reach them when they want them.

2. Clean/Dirty Dishwasher Magnets

This helpful magnet is one that can help a lot. It lets people know when dishes are ready to be put away or need to be loaded in. No more excuses of not knowing if the dishwasher was clean or not! Our favorite magnet can be found here.

3. Fridge Liners

If your kids are prone to making messes, lining your fridge with plastic might be a good way to make any accidental spills a quick clean up in your fridge!

4. Lock the Oven

Locking the oven when you're cooking is always a good idea. It helps prevent kids from getting in there and accidentally burning themselves.

5. Range Hood Vent Filters

These often forgotten about filters are not immune to needing changing! If you can't remember the last time yours was changed, its probably time to change it!

Thursday, November 24, 2016

12 Tips to Revolutionize How You Use Your Fridge/Freezer (part 2)

Everyone likes making their life a little easier. Luckily, we have 12 tips and tricks to make your food and fridge/freezer work a little harder for you.

7. Stand your condiment bottles upside down to get the condiments easily accessible and in an egg carton or organization

8. Glue magnets on the bottom of containers so they can be put on the side of your fridge

9. Instead of reaching far back, just rotate it to you with a Lazy Susan

10. For chest freezers, put food in reusable fabric shopping bags so you can pull things out easily

11. Paint your fridge with chalkboard paint to stay organized with notes and a written weekly menu

12. Create uniformity and save space by transferring condiments to matching squeeze bottles