Take part in this great competition that’s so easy to enter. You could be enjoying the freshest, healthiest meals with this intelligent food steamer – it’s so easy to use. But don’t delay, entries end on 08/02/2016.
When it comes to cleaning your home, which is the one appliance you turn to first? For many it’ll be the vacuum cleaner. So what do you do when this stops sucking and doesn’t remove the dirt from your floors?
According to one study, 44% of us replace our vacuums when they become inefficent, despite it often being a result of poor maintenance, such as not cleaning the filter. Not cleaning the filter of your vacuum cleaner is one of the main reasons the appliance stops sucking, and below we explain how to fix this and 2 other common faults which reduce the suction in your vacuum cleaner.
165 million cups of tea are drunk every day in the UK, whilst the equivalent of 12 million bottles of wine are also drunk each week in England. But every time you have a drink, do you really know who – or more importantly – what you’re sharing that drink with?
You may be surprised, but in the post we look at the bacteria we come into contact with every time we have a drink.
There’s no hiding away from the fact that technology plays a big part in everyday life, with many of us using computers and laptops for both business and personal reasons. But have you ever stopped to think about how much dirt and bacteria is on your keyboard or mouse?
It’s estimated that the average office worker’s hands come into contact with 10 million bacteria per day, with researchers finding keyboards alone contain 7,500 bacteria per swap. This is considerably higher than the average toilet seat, which has 5,400 bacteria per swap.
Suitable for most Dyson upright and cylinder vacuums, this groom tool offers a mess-free grooming for you and an enjoyable experience for your dog. Whether you’ve got a pampered Pomeranian or a scruffy Terrier, this Dyson groom tool will give your pet the top-notch haircut it deserves. Enter using the options below…
We spend as much as 35% of our lives snoozing under the duvet, but have you ever stopped to think about who you’re sharing your bed with? We’re not talking about your partner or even your pets, but instead bedbugs.
Bedbugs aren’t an uncommon issue for households throughout the UK, but removing them doesn’t have to involve an expensive pest control company. Instead, by following the advice outlined in this post, you can remove and prevent bedbug infestations in your home.
A smelly washing machine is a common issue faced by many homeowners throughout the UK. And such an issue is becoming more frequent due to many of us opting to wash at lower temperatures which results in the bacteria not being killed off.
Cleaning your washing machine to remove the dirt and the odours isn’t a difficult task – and below, we explain why your washing machine smells and share our top tips on how to clean a smelly washing machine.
During December we ran a competition on Birmingham Favourites, in an attempt to find the best old wives tale, which have been passed down through the generations and are still sworn by. We had a great response to the competition, and after careful consideration we’ve picked our five favourites...including the winning entry.