A pressure washer is a great appliance to have in your cleaning arsenal due to it being versatile enough to be used to clean a range of things, including your car, garden furniture, patios / decking and the kitchen floor.
But, to get the most out of your pressure washer and to ensure it works to its full potential for longer, regular maintenance is key. As such, we recommend each time you use yours you carry out the maintenance mentioned below...
When it comes to flooring, tiles are a popular choice – particularly in kitchens, utilities and bathrooms, due to being waterproof, durable and long-lasting. But from time to time, despite their durability, tiles on the floor can become loose and if issue isn’t resolved, further problems may arise.
With the main mowing season running from March until October, and it being recommended to mow your lawn on at least a weekly basis, your lawnmower understandably comes under a lot of pressure, wear and tear.
As a result faults can arise. One such problem, which is more common than you may think, is the lawnmower not starting. Thankfully, whether you have a petrol or electric lawnmower, rectifying such an issue can often be relatively easy.
On average Brits move eight times during their lifetimes, and when it comes to moving home there are certain steps which you’ll need to go through to ensure everything runs smoothly. To help reduce the stress of moving home, we’ve compiled 16 useful tips you need to include on your moving checklist.
A survey conducted by Which, and reported by the Daily Mail, has revealed that nearly 12,000 house fires were caused by faulty appliances, with washing machines, tumble dryers and dishwashers being the three main culprits. According to the survey results, 14% of appliance related house fires were caused by washing machines, 12% by tumble dryers and 11% were due to dishwashers.
In fact, according to the report, more washing machines and tumble dryers caught fire in homes throughout the UK than TVs, hair tongues and irons, with the cause of fires being attributed to the appliances have a fault which manufacturers were aware of, appliances being incorrectly installed or due to the appliances being improperly maintained.