Refrigerator/freezer Disposal

Did you know that …….. It is illegal to send a refrigerator to a landfill without first removing the refrigerant, due to environmental and safety issues? Only licensed professionals can do this procedure. Contact your local municipality for more information. Many offer services to pick up refrigerators and properly dispose of them – for a.. read more →

Best Refrigerator and Freezer Temperature Tips

Your refrigerator’s thermostat should be set to 36 to 38 degrees Fahrenheit (approximately two degrees Celsius) and your freezer’s thermostat from 0 to 5 degrees Fahrenheit (-18 degrees Celsius). If your model does not have a thermostat, use a thermometer to check the temperature. Adjust the control as needed. read more →

Full or Empty Freezer?

Your freezer works better when it’s full. That’s because the frozen items help keep the other items cold as well as help maintain the cooler temperature in your freezer. If your freezer currently has some extra space – don’t worry – we’re not telling you to buy more groceries to fill it! All you have.. read more →

Putting your Refrigerator/freezer in the Garage?

Yes, you can put a refrigerator/freezer in the garage. However, if you live in a region in which the temperatures drop below 50 degrees Fahrenheit (10 degrees Celsius), this is not a good idea. Such temperatures could cause the oil in the compressor to thicken, leading to premature compressor failure or other issues. Also, refrigerator/freezer.. read more →

Refrigerator Sanitizing

Refrigerator Sanitizing: Once a month use bleach filled cleaner to wipe down inside of refrigerator to disinfect and help keep germs at bay and food safe from harm. read more →

Refrigerator Deodorizing

Refrigerator Deodorizing: Place a box of soda box in back of refrigerator (to help with smells and freshness), replace every other month, and recycle by pouring contents down the drain to refresh. read more →

Cut Down on the Mold and Mildew Smell in Your Washer

Here’s today useful tip – After use of washer, keep lid lifted for one hour and allow water drops inside washer tub to evaporate. This will help reduce the possibility of smells caused by mildew and stagnant water left over from washing. Be sure to check here for other helpful hints. read more →