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…
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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.
We’ve all seen how crazy the queues outside the Apple store get. Nowadays we don’t just get replacement electronics when the old ones break, we upgrade to get the latest tech. If new and exciting features are making you want to scrap your appliance, these eye-watering stats might make you think twice.
Why is fixing your appliance yourself such a good call? You’ll often hear us proclaim that a DIY fix is so much better than hiring a tradesperson or buying a new machine. But can we back up our declarations? Yes siree! We have here not one but five reasons why it’s better to fix your appliance yourself and you don’t just have to take our word for it, our customers have a say in the matter too.
Got a vacuum that’s just not cleaning? A cooker that’s not cooking? A coffee machine that’s not coffeeing (I know that’s definitely a real word so don’t worry about getting a dictionary because I’ve already looked and it’s totally in there)?
Spares aren’t particularly exciting. No matter which way you cut it. I mean you wouldn’t take the family or a loved on one a “spares” shopping spree at the weekend or treat them to a voucher for a new oven thermostat on their next birthday. Nonetheless they are great and are essential to keep our appliances working properly. Not to mention they will save you time and money vs buying new.
Some alternative uses for everyday items found in and around your home.
Use this as an alternative to shaving cream. It protects and moisturises, not to mention will leave you smelling good enough to eat?