To give you a helping hand at keeping your vacuum running smoothly, and to ensure you’re able to provide your home with a deep clean, we’ve compiled a list of four vacuum cleaner essentials you need to have.
Do you know when the vacuum cleaner was invented or who invented it? Do you know how the appliance works or why air watts are important when purchasing a new vacuum cleaner? Find out the answer to all these questions, in this infographic.
When it comes to protecting your loved ones, there is no room for compromise, which is why you need to make sure you have the right household safety products in your home. Three products we recommend are:
It’s estimated dishwashers save the average household three weeks in washing up each year. But from time-to-time the appliance will develop faults, meaning we need to go back to standing in front of the sink.
In a bid to minimise the risk of faults occurring, we’ve looked at some easy steps you can take to keep your dishwasher running.
Cleaning the cooker is a chore we put off for as long as possible. Yet, failing to remove grease or burnt on food from the appliance can increase the risk of faults and unpleasant odours. When talking about cleaning your cooker, we also mean the hob and cooker filter.
The vacuum cleaner is a small yet powerful appliance, which we all rely on to clean our homes. Unfortunately, as a result of the dirt the vacuum comes into contact with, it can often emit unpleasant odours.
To help limit the risk of such odours spreading throughout your home whenever you vacuum, we recommend following these 3 simple yet effective steps.
When it comes to achieving a whiter smile, your brushing technique combined with how often you brush and the length of time you’re cleaning will make a big difference. An additional step in helping you achieve a whiter smile is to switch from a manual to an electric toothbrush as these remove more plaque – providing fresher breath.
But how do you know which toothbrush is right for you? To give you a helping hand at selecting the right electric toothbrush, we’ve compiled the following guide.
It’s that time of year when we all begin making resolutions ahead of the New Year. Usually these involve keeping fit, despite previous figures suggesting we waste £37 million a year on gym memberships and exercise classes we never attend.
Ahead of 2015, instead of making resolutions which are likely to be broken by February, why not make some you’ll not only be able to keep, but will also benefit your home?