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  • Everything You Need to Know Before Buying a Wine Refrigerator

    September 15, 2017 6:02:00 AM PDT

    Everything You Need to Know Before Buying a Wine Refrigerator

    Wine sales are currently sky rocketing, and where and how we choose to consume wine is changing. Many people prefer to drink their wine at home rather than at the bar/restaurant. Moreover, the consumption of wine has turned into a daily routine best enjoyed at home with dinner …

  • Different Ways to Recycle Your Coffee Grounds

    September 8, 2017 5:38:00 AM PDT

    Different Ways to Recycle Your Coffee Grounds

    If you drink coffee, you likely are accustomed to tossing out your used grounds: don't. Start reserving these for a multitude of uses around your home, from cleaning concoctions to lush plants. Furthermore, consider how you are reducing your overall trash and waste, which is an eco-friendly thing to do …

  • Fulfill Your Cooking and Baking Needs with These Essential Kitchen Tools

    September 1, 2017 7:18:00 AM PDT

    Fulfill Your Cooking and Baking Needs with These Essential Kitchen Tools

    From cooking websites, cooking shows and kitchen stores all raving about must-have kitchen items that will make your cooking experience easier, it has become difficult to separate essential tools from the not so useful items. Some items are however definite must-haves in your kitchen …

  • Kitchen Safety Tips You Need to Enforce in Your Household

    August 25, 2017 6:25:00 AM PDT

    Kitchen Safety Tips You Need to Enforce in Your Household

    The kitchen is where you live your life. It is where you prepare healthy meals for your family, and where your family gathers to talk about the cares of the day. Unfortunately, the kitchen is also the site of many household accidents, from cooking fires to slip and fall injuries …

  • How Much Water Is Your Washing Machine Using?

    August 18, 2017 5:58:00 AM PDT

    How Much Water Is Your Washing Machine Using?

    Consumers used to worry about their washers using too much water. Now they seem more concerned about their washing machines not using enough. While each brand will vary, most modern washers are built to maximize the wash using as little water as possible …

  • Ovens, Stoves, Ranges: What's the Difference?

    August 11, 2017 4:53:00 AM PDT

    Ovens, Stoves, Ranges: What's the Difference?

    There is a lot of confusion surrounding the above kitchen appliances as many people often refer to a stove as an oven. An oven is a chamber for cooking without external burners, a stove is a cooking appliance without an oven and a range is typically a combination of both …

  • Load Your Washing Machine the Right Way

    August 4, 2017 4:26:00 AM PDT

    Load Your Washing Machine the Right Way

    If you want your washer to do its job, make sure that you are loading it properly. Clothes will get cleaner and you will save energy if you use your machine according to manufacturer's recommendations, which will keep the agitator moving and drum balanced …

  • Not a Chef? Not a Problem - Fix Cooking Mistakes with these Tips

    July 28, 2017 5:44:00 AM PDT

    Not a Chef? Not a Problem. Fix Cooking Mistakes with these Tips

    Boiling water is pretty much the easiest kitchen task out there. But it isn't necessarily super simple all the time, especially when you're trying to boil the right amount of water for pasta on your stove top and you find out that your pan might be too small …

  • Filtering Laundry Lint

    July 14, 2017 5:08:00 AM PDT

    Filtering Laundry Lint

    One of the biggest problems that you will have with your laundry appliances is filtering out laundry lint. Even though your washer and dryer have ways of filtering lint, you still need to keep a close eye on your laundry appliances to make sure that these fibers aren't building up in your septic system's drain field …

  • Enjoy Fresh, Soft Towels with These Tips

    July 7, 2017 4:27:51 AM PDT

    Enjoy Fresh, Soft Towels with These Tips

    There are few things better than drying yourself off with a fresh, fluffy towel after a hot shower. The problem is that towels rarely stay fluffy for long. After a handful of washes, you might notice that your towels feel rough and worn …

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