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- Early Spring Home Maintenance TIps
- Best Ways to Clean Your Microwave (and Keep it Clean!)
- How to Test for Continuity with a Multimeter
- Updating Your Kitchen on a Budget
- Range Cleaning & Maintenance Tips
- Keep Your Outdoor Refrigerator Running Right This Winter
- Holiday Appliance Prep Guide
- How To Prepare Your Furnace For The Winter
- The All Natural Oven Cleaning You Need To Try
We use our microwave daily, most likely multiple times a day, and keeping the inside of it clean is important to make sure it works efficiently. Spills and explosions happen easily when we are warming up food or beverages in the microwave, and in order to keep odors and permanent stains from happening, you should clean your microwave relatively often. However, simply taking a sponge to a caked on food stain doesn’t really work unless you perform a few steps before.
When a refrigerator is kept in an unheated space like a garage or basement during the winter, a common problem is that the freezer doesn't get cold enough. But why does this happen and how can you prevent it?