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5 Rules for Spring Cleaning Appliances

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Springtime is in the air, and cleaning, appliance repair and maintenance needs to be at the top of your to-do list. It's the best time of the year to make sure that your house is in full working order -- starting with workhorses such as your oven, dishwasher, fridge and the like.

There's a new approach to spring cleaning, plus it starts with appliance maintenance. Ensure each of those things is finished before school ends for summer break (or you start planning that Fourth of July barbeque):

1. Have all appliances scrutinized

Including the washer/drier, fridge, oven/range, microwave, dishwasher and every other large appliance you could professional cleaning products possibly have. Ideally, these systems must be inspected twice per year in the springtime as well as autumn. In addition, ensure that your HVAC system is checked, because you'll be switching from heat to AC sooner than you imagine.

2. Clean the stove (really)

Hopefully, you've updated to your self-cleaning oven in the last several years. Otherwise, now's the time for many serious elbow grease. Consider an upgrade, in case your oven/stove combo is dated and much less green as you'd like. Many quality, stoves that are used are available for those on a budget. Just be sure it is professionally installed and hold out for that self-cleaning model to save yourself a lot of grief (and hours with your head in the oven).

3. Consider means for greener use

Whether it's only using the drier when needed and hang- changing the settings on your dishwasher, or drying clothing, you are able to likely save your appliances some work that is unneeded. If abused, they are able to be serious energy and cash sucks. Nevertheless, newer appliances have green leanings, and you can probably adjust your use to optimize energy conservation.

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When it is not in use, should you not use an appliance or apparatus multiple times per day, unplug it. This not only conserves energy (which adds up over time), but also prevents damage from power surges. It's out of pure laziness that many individuals keep their coffee makers and even hairdryers plugged in 24/7. Re-commit to some greener household going to the spring.

5. Make use of the products that are right

Your appliances are from time to time just as great as the goods you use. For instance, make sure you're having a proper dishwasher soap, laundry detergent, fabric softener, etc. Going with a bargain brand will often clog up systems, and otherwise leave an appliance incapable of doing its best work. Don't splurge when it comes to the appliance, then try to scrimp and save with the complementary products.



Most of all, make sure that your appliances are serving you. A happy home is filled with functional appliances, and that's likely to need some spring cleaning (or repairs or replacements) on your part.

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