How To Be Smarter About Your Dryer

Posted on: 24 March 2019
Just because you have been washing and drying your clothing for years doesn't mean that you have been doing it the best way possible. Here are a few tricks for being smarter about your dryer usage. #1 Be Careful About the Size of Your Loads If you don't enjoy doing laundry, it can be tempting to do really big loads. However, putting huge loads in your dryer doesn't do you any favors in the short term or the long term.
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3 Reasons Your Washing Machine May Be Leaking Water

Posted on: 29 December 2018
Leaking water is one of the last things you want to deal with from your washing machine. Not only is leaking water a sign that something is wrong with your washing machine, it can also be a safety hazard. Luckily, there are a few pretty common reasons washing machines leak water, and all three reasons are easy to fix. #1 Door Seal If the water seems to be leaking out in or around the door, open up the door and inspect the seal.
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3 Small Parts Preventing Your Washing Machine From Spinning

Posted on: 28 September 2018
Washing machines are modern appliances that can be found in many households across the country. The invention of washing machines has significantly reduced the amount of time and effort required to maintain the cleanliness and condition of one's clothing. A washing machine is made up of many different parts that work together to fill, spin, and drain the interior tub inside the machine. The failure of one of these three parts could be the reason your washing machine isn't spinning during normal cycles.
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Protecting The Interior Of Your Washing Machine From Rust

Posted on: 23 May 2018
If you have your washing machine in your damp basement, rust could become a problem. Although your washing machine looks great from the front, there could be rust forming behind the paint which will cause parts to fail and the machine to fall apart. You can protect your washing machine from rust. A little work and applying some rust-inhibiting spray paint will help to extend the life of your washing machine substantially.
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