Maintenance Tips For Home Appliances
We all love to decorate and keep things organized at home. We buy various jewelry to make our home beautiful and beautiful for our visitors. Additionally, we purchase the multiple devices that we need and are happy to display them. But sometimes, we feel lazy about cleaning the things we have and find it difficult to keep up with some of our devices.
This is not a good thing as your device can be damaged, look old, or even cause an accident if not properly maintained. Home appliances are easy to maintain if you need a few simple tips to ensure they’re in good condition and last a lifetime.
We have many different appliances in the home, the most common of which are refrigerators, microwaves, kitchens or stoves, dishwashers, washing machines, or dryers. Due to the different performance of these devices, they also have different cleaning methods. Some devices are very delicate and difficult to clean, while others are easy to clean and maintain.
– Fridge – When cleaning the refrigerator, unplug it first from the wall outlet, then close the handle, remove everything inside, then clean the shelves and shelves. You can consider you remove the shelves and wash them with soap and water, just like cleaning dishes. Use a soft cloth to clean the inside of the refrigerator and remove any residue.
WASHER OR DRYER: Clean the outside of the microwave with soap and water, clean it and remove the dirt inside with a damp cloth.
Microwave – pull the power plug out from the socket first and clean the tray or plate with washing liquid. To eliminate the bad smell, you can use vinegar or lemon, put it in the microwave, turn on the microwave, let it stand for 5 minutes, then remove it.
DISHWASHER: The secret to maintaining a dishwasher is to use it regularly, so you don’t have to keep cleaning it. Check the inside of the dishwasher once a week for debris clogging the holes and preventing water leaks.
– TV or computer – clean the surface with a paper towel or soft cloth and unplug the power cord before cleaning. Be sure to use a soft cloth on the plasma TV.
Kitchen area – clean spills with baking soda and water, and wipe the walls with a damp cloth.