Marketing Week has published an interesting article about the lengths manufacturers such as Servis, Beko and LG are going to, to create appliances that consumers not only need but more importantly want and desire.
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Finish have created a great site www.dishwashingexpert.co.uk which offers everything from cleaning tips, to repairs, to general dishwasher maintenance. Had a glance over it this morning and felt it was worth a mention. Includes sections such as the below which offer helpful tips for energy, water and money saving whilst using your dishwasher:
With the cooler months en route to us full steam ahead there will be lots of time to spend in the great indoors. A brilliant way to kill time cooped up inside is cooking delicious food and entertaining your mates. Decide what you want to eat, decide what you want drink then ask yourself: ‘Will I enjoy this food and drink as much if I share it with others?’ If the answer is ‘no’ then scrap the entertaining bit and just get stuck in yourself.
We’re really pleased to present (I sound like I’m at an awards show) our new eSpares Kenwood appliances how-to videos. Mat has been a busy boy familiarising himself with the Kenwood world of food processing in order to help you familiarise yourself as well.
Yesterday, daredevil skydiver Felix Baumgartner was meant to attempt the highest skydive in history from 120,000 ft, breaking the sound barrier. As he fell, scientists would be monitoring the effects on his body in the hopes to develop life-saving technology that could be used by high-altitude pilots, astronauts and space tourists.
Whether you’re a clean freak, a once a weeker or a cleaning hater, we’re here to help you out with not 1 but 22 easy peasy cleaning tips for a happy, clean home!
We’ve all experienced this. You finish the load, you’re thinking ‘great I’m all sorted’ and boom, white streaks on your clean clothes. Here are a few possible reasons why this might be happening. Let there be white streaks no more…
With winter not far round the corner and the great outdoors becoming darker, wetter and colder, we’ll be ever more reliant on our tumble dryers. After your refrigerator, a tumble dryer will typically use the most energy in your home, so it’s important to take the necessary steps to reduce drying time as much as possible.