Your hairdryer is good for more than just styling your flowing locks. (We’ve just gone right ahead and assumed that if you’re reading this you have flowing locks.) Hairdryers are in fact very versatile beauty appliances that can help you with all sorts of jobs around your house.
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It’s cold. It’s dark. It’s miserable. Yep, it’s definitely winter. But it’s not all doom and gloom. Winter is the season of bonfires, hot chocolate, comfy jumpers and of course Christmas. (It’s November so we’re allowed to mention this particular C-word now, right?) To help you survive, nay, enjoy winter in all its blustery glory you might need a little help from your appliances.
There are groan worthy jokes. And then there are appliance jokes. Yes you heard that correctly, jokes exist out there about your humble household appliances. You may not think there’s much hilarity to be had from household appliances. But oh how wrong you are.
Are you getting the most from your steam cleaner? We’re guessing probably not! Most steam cleaners are underused as people don’t realise just how many tasks around the home are easier with steam. Steam cleaners kill 99.9% bacteria so they’re ideal for sanitising without the use of any chemical cleaning product.
Beeping appliances need to stop. Sure the occasional beep can be helpful, if a wash cycle is done for example or your microwave food is ready. But a fridge that beeps continuously if the door is open isn’t too helpful when you’re trying to pack your groceries away!
Okay, we’ve not seen it just yet this year. But we’re optimists. And as optimists we believe we’ll have weeks of glorious hot sunshine this summer. When this happens you’ll need to be prepared with some ingenious ways to keep cool.
If you love time saving gadgets or hate the arm aching polishing involved with getting streak free glass, a window vacuum is definitely up your street.
Maybe he taught you to tie your shoelaces. Or came to pick you up when you missed the last train home. Or even let you have the last biscuit in the packet. There’s no doubt dads work hard to keep their kids happy so Father’s Day is your chance to express your gratitude!
Now we’re going to make a wild speculation and say you’ve got a first aid kit at home. Or at least a box with the essentials: plasters, painkillers, cough medicine, cream to soothe mosquito bites and so on. But do you also have a first aid kit to fix up your ailing appliances?
So you’re cooking a roast dinner and the chicken’s done before the potatoes. Or you’re cooking two tiers of a cake and one is golden whilst the other is still pale and doughy. We’ve all been there, there’s no need to hang your head and bemoan your culinary skills. Blame your oven instead!