Have you ever thrown something away and felt guilty? If so you can do one of two things. You can squash that guilt down and try to ignore it, only to have it crop up again every time you hear a news story about global warming or ocean pollution. Or you can embrace that guilt and use it to positively change what you do with your broken items.
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Did you know that the 2018 word of the year according to the Collins Dictionary was “single-use”? That goes to show just how worried we all are about our planet and the products, specifically plastics, that we throw away.
Tis the season to be generous! For hundreds of years we’ve brightened up the darkest days of winter by exchanging gifts with the people we love. (Even before Christmas caught on, gift giving around the winter solstice was a pagan tradition.)
Dryer sheets work wonders keeping your laundry soft, static free and smelling fresh! But what if we told you there’s a lot more to these handy little sheets…
You’ve most likely heard people say “they don’t make ‘em like they used to” when referring to older appliances! But maybe they have a point…
The 12th day of Christmas is upon us and it’s time for the dreaded job of clearing the house of all things Christmas (sigh). But instead of putting them away in a box and leaving your home looking bare and empty, why not recycle your leftover decorations and create unique DIY decor!
Appliance repairs are easy and we’re on a mission to prove it. In fact, we consider it our duty to show you that it’s really quite simple to fix it yourself.
Our customers are heroes. Their families and friends look up to them in wonder as the appliances in their homes, that previously sat broken and forlorn, now complete tasks with ease. By learning the stories of how they repaired their appliances and taking their lead, you too can become a legend and protect your household machines.Read more
Arrrgh! When fixing your broken appliance doesn’t go the way you wanted you may feel a strong temptation to bash it in with your hammer. But please don’t. You know you’ll only regret it seconds later.