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Thursday, June 26, 2008
Spring and Summer mark the "Moving Season" and even though the housing market is in a slump across the US - many of you may still be moving and need to take the reliable Ole' refrigerator with you.
Refrigerators should be transported in a vehicle in an upright position. However, it can be tilted back when placed on a dolly to take into the home.
When moving refrigerators to a new location, we recommend the following:
If it is necessary to lay the refrigerator down, lay it on its side
Happy moving and don't forget to take breaks in the heat!
Labels: Refrigerator parts
Monday, June 23, 2008
The most important maintenance tip for air conditioners and conserving energy when using an air conditioning is to regularly replace your air conditioner filters. Of course, making sure that the air conditioner is turned down when you leave the house for extended periods is very important - but we are assuming that you already do that as a matter of habit.
Replacing the filter in your air conditioner is one of the quickest and most inexpensive ways to keep your air conditioner running at its most optimum and energy efficient state.
If you do not replace the filters on a regular basis, the dirt and other impurities that naturally occur will not only be very unhealthy for you (can you say AHH CHOO), but they can also cause harm the air conditioner unit itself.
Our mission is to extend the life of your household appliances, including
First, find your filter. Check along the air conditioner ductwork for the filter. It will most likely be covered with a slotted metal door of some type.
Find the correct size of filter that you need. It is very important to buy the right air conditioner filter. Try Repair Clinic's Air Conditioning Part Department if you need help determining the right filter.
It's pretty easy to put the new filter in. Lift up the
Pretty easy process .. saves alot of money... can save in doctor bills and now you can save on the filter itself!!! CLICK HERE for deals at Repair clinic on your airconditioner filters.
Sunday, June 15, 2008
Cleaning and polishing your cookware and appliances can be a tedious job and the specialty products on the market for cleaning can be expensive. We found an age-old product and "rediscovered" it's ability to economically keep your cookware and appliances clean.
It is so effective and so economical, NEVR-DULL is the only metal polish you'll ever have to buy, ( we think ).
NEVR-DULL can Clean and Polish the following
NEVR-DULL is the perfect choice for any polishing need and besides the metal on your appliances and throughout your laundry room and kitchen (as well as any metal on your microwave) .... you can use it on the following:
Try NEVR-DULL, we think you'll agree that no other product of its kind cleans or shines better and is more economical.
Labels: Appliance Cleaners
Wednesday, June 11, 2008
Let's face it - your dishwasher can get pretty grimy and it's not the most fun task you can think of doing on a Saturday afternoon - but giving the dishwasher a thorough cleaning just like other item in your home is a necessity if you are going to get the longevity that you want out of your dishwasher.
And in today's economy - longevity (and of course energy savings) is vital.
Cleaning the spray arm can get your dishes cleaner and save you money on your energy bills.
Over time, the small holes in the spray arm (or multiple spray arms depending on the brand and model number of your dishwasher) of your dishwasher may become clogged with bits of hard food, toothpick pieces, nut pieces, glass, etc. Your dishwasher will do an enormously better job of cleaning your dishes if you take a moment to clean out the small holes in the spray arm, from time to time.
If you need a new spray arm for your dishwasher - click here.
If there are any parts of your dishwasher that are developing rust - you can use a rust remover. Rust Removers can remove rust stains from the inside of your dishwasher.
If your suspect that your dishwasher is leaking at all - you will want to take a look at this floor mat:
The Dishwasher Leak Catcher is an innovative floor mat that slides underneath your dishwasher to divert any water leak to the front of the dishwasher. This will allow you to see the leak and make necessary repairs. No more rotted out floors or leaking ceiling below. No special tools necessary.
Labels: Dishwasher Parts
Tuesday, June 3, 2008
Most of us appliance Do-It-Yourselfers have (or at least desire) a space in the basement or garage or even an outdoor shed to keep all of our tools in.
I recently came across a neat and clean lighting option for your shed or workspace that I wanted to tell you about. It is economical and I love it!
Gardman has hit the nail on the head (no pun intended) with it's new Shed light featuring a Fluorescent Tube. Make your shed, workshop, greenhouse, summer house or garage accessible at night - or brighten it up on rainy days. The right light can make the difference between a shabby job and the perfect job.
East DIY installation for this shed light means no mains wiring to worry about. It has a bright white fluorescent light that keeps on going. The light is perfect for seeing small crevices and appliance sections. Best of all, it is portable and can be moved behind that dryer or washer to see everything clearly.
Labels: Workspace Lighting
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