We all love to decorate and decorate our things at home. We bought various ornaments to make our house more beautiful and attractive for our visitors. Not only that, we even bought the various home appliances we needed and the ones we like to display. But then there are times when we feel lazy to clean the tools we have and we rarely have time to maintain some of the tools in our house. This is not good as our equipment may be damaged, look old or have accidents if not properly maintained. If your home appliances are in working order and can last a lifetime, simple tips should be followed to make sure maintain home appliances are so easy.
We have a variety of applications in our home and the most common are refrigerator, microwave, kitchen range or oven, dishwasher and washing machine or dryer. Since these tools are functionally different, so are the ways in which they are cleaned. Some tools are very sensitive and more difficult to clean while others are easy to clean and maintain home appliances.
When cleaning the refrigerator, make sure to plug in first then close the knot, remove everything inside and start cleaning the racks and shelves. You can remove the racks and wash the dishes with soap and water. Use a sponge or soft cloth to clean the inside of the refrigerator guide and remove all dirt thoroughly.
Washer or Dryer
Use soap and water to clean the outside surface of the microwave and use a damp cloth to clean and remove dirt inside.
Be sure to unplug the tray or plate first to clean it then use dish soap. To remove the foul odor, you can use vinegar or lemon, put it in a microwave glass, turn on the microwave and let it stay for about 5 minutes and remove it.
The secret to maintaining a dishwasher is to use it regularly so you don’t have to clean it all the time. Once a week, check the inside of the dishwasher and make sure there is no debris or dirt that can clog the pores and prevent water from flowing freely. You can use a cloth to clean the outer surface and edges.
TV or Computer
Use a paper towel or soft cloth to clean the surface and make sure to plug it in before cleaning. For plasma TVs, be sure to use a soft cloth.
Clean using baking soda and water and wipe the walls with a damp cloth.
In general, tools should be cleaned at least once a week to make sure they work well. You should also check their plugs and call a skilled repairman or electrician if the appliance needs to be repaired. Do not try to repair it yourself as it may cause further damage to the application. Take time to clean your home appliances so that they are long-lasting and you do not have to buy new equipment often.