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We’re guessing that most of your gardening clothes will be little more than paint-splattered rags. We all have a holey old pair of trousers and a shapeless top we use for messy garden work. That said, every so now and then you might want to quickly do a job without bothering to change beforehand. Before you know it you’ve got stains on the good clothes that you actually want to wear in front of people. Disaster.
Yeah, yeah, we all know we’ve got to clean our dryer lint filters. The question is what to do with all the fluff that gathers there? Look no further for the answer!
Let me tell you a story. The story of how one girl, who in the past would never have considered going near the pipes under the sink, was able to successfully install a washing machine. That girl is me. I’m Eleanor, nice to meet you.
It sits there, in your kitchen or laundry room, white and square and harmless looking. But behind the casing of your tumble dryer could be an accident waiting to happen! If you have a Hotpoint, Indesit or Creda appliance it could be at risk of bursting into flames. Find out whether your machine is a fire risk and what to do if it is.
Roll up roll up, ladies and gentlemen! Your grandparents and great grandparents marveled at the newfangled machinery invented to replace the dreaded laundry washboard for good. Now it’s your turn!
You may have heard reports in the news recently about washing machine doors exploding and spewing broken glass across the kitchen. Scary stuff! These stories stem from a recent Which? article but hold your horses, there’s no need to panic. Here’s why.
You get to the end of the washing cycle but your clothes are still sodden wet. They may not even have been properly cleaned. Sound horribly familiar? Then it’s a pretty safe bet your washing machine isn’t spinning as it should.
There’s no getting away from it, germs are everywhere – from your kitchen surfaces and floors to your computer’s keyboard at work. Your laundry and washing machine are no different, in fact, it has been suggested the average washing machine load can contain as much as 100 million E.Coli bacteria at any given time. [source: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/health/article-2050239/How-washing-machines-familys-health-risk-Low-temperatures-mixed-loads-spreading-dangerous-bugs.html]Read more