Even though laundry rooms are frequently visited by piles of clothes that bear all sorts of interesting odors, they should always smell great afterwards. You might think that your laundry room is starting to smell bad due to the accumulation of laundry. That very well may be the case if you have a mountain of dirty gym clothes hidden in the back corner. However, that peculiar odor may be coming from where you least expect it to be from. Your first step should be to open up the top of your washing machine and give it a sniff. If it's smelling strange, your clothes aren't going to be as fresh as they potentially could be. Let's make your washing machine smell fresh again. After our quick cleaning process, you'll once again be looking forward to putting on a shirt that smells like clean linen every morning.
Vinegar is great alternative to harsh chemical based cleaning products. It's as natural as you can get, in fact you've definitely consumed the components that are used to create white vinegar. Traditional white vinegar is comprised of only basic grains and water. It's fermented, distilled, and then sold to you to use as a cleaning product. Let's explore some possible uses for vinegar in your routine cleaning processes, as well as some methods to make the process smell as good during as it does after.
The short answer is yes, and we're going to show you how to make it as efficient as possible. You've probably been scrubbing your grill too often, and you don't need to waste your time with all of that. Read through our effective process, it's fast and you'll like it. You've got beers to drink, and steaks to grill - let's get you focused on the fun part as soon as possible.
You've probably heard that you need to regularly descale, and clean your Keurig or Nespresso pod-based coffeemaker. Descaling sounds like a weird thing to have to do to your coffeemaker, doesn't it? Where are the scales, and why does every resource say that my coffeemaker has something in common with crocodiles and turtles?
Wooden cutting boards should be your everyday kitchen workhorse. You have a few alternatives for cutting board material choices, and each one of them does have their place for heavy duty cooking processes. Wood is the superior choice for a variety of reasons. Bacteria has a proven lower survival rate on wooden cutting boards than on plastic. Your knives will stay sharper if you don't use commonly use them on harsh surfaces such as marble, plastic, or even glass which all dull the edge of your blade over time. On top of all those great qualities, wooden cutting boards are an aesthetically beautiful addition to your kitchen.
Garbage disposals often become a source of bad smells that permeate every area of your kitchen. It doesn't have to be that way, and we're going to show you exactly how to remedy this common problem. Let's take a look at a few different methods that are sure to make your kitchen smell fresh and inviting.
Refrigerator coils, also known as condenser coils, are often overlooked in the usual steps of a thorough kitchen clean. They need to be properly maintained if you want your fridge to stay as cold as possible without wasting excess energy. If you've never cleaned these coils off, they can't efficiently release the heat that is built up inside of them when the cooling process takes place. When this happens, your refrigerators condenser has to go into overdrive and you waste inefficiently waste power. If you take care of this problem, your beers will be colder and your wallet will be thicker. Who could complain about that? You can wait a while in between cleans but as soon as you notice a rise in overall refrigerator temperature this is the first place you should place your effort. It's a simple process, so let's step through it together.
After purchasing your very first cast iron pan, beginning to cook with it can seem a bit overwhelming. There's all sorts of urban legends out there that make it seem intimidating. If you listen to them too closely, you'll learn that everything will stick, you'll rust up, and nothing will be okay. Don't worry, those aren't true if you follow the right process! We're here to clear these myths up for you and focus on the cold hard truth that'll set you on the track to a perfectly seasoned, naturally nonstick cast iron pan that will serve you well for the next century or two. Cast iron skillets last nearly forever when they're properly taken care of. In an age of products that are built with planned obsolescence in mind, the longevity of cast iron pans stands out strongly.