A Guide to Cleaning Your Appliances

A Guide to Cleaning Your Appliances

Cleaning your appliances properly and keeping them in good working order can extend their lifespan by years. An ounce of prevention is really worth a pound of cure when you’re talking about household items that can cost over a thousand dollars to replace. Read on for some tips and tricks to making your appliances parts shine! Your refrigerator is arguably the hardest-working appliance in your home. Simply wiping down the door gaskets with a damp cloth periodically can keep them from cracking or tearing, resulting in a costly air leak. The same treatment goes for your dishwasher. You don’t want your gaskets leaking when they’re responsible for keeping water off your kitchen floor! And did you know that simply running the dishwasher with a packet of lemonade Kool-Aid rather than detergent will help to eradicate stains? Anyone with a front-loading washing machine knows that it is crucial to leave the door (as well as the dispenser tray) open when the machine is not in use. This helps to circulate air flow and combat mold and mildew build-up. Our appliance guide has some more detailed cleaning practices that you should adopt to keep your washer and dryer in a state of good repair. If your countertop appliances such as the blender, coffeemaker, and toaster have been neglected in the cleaning department, then read on for some tips on periodically cleansing them! Oftentimes vinegar, water, and dish soap are all you need to rejuvenate these faithful servants!
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