Monthly Archives: June 2011

One of the latest battles between civilization and the environment is happening in our dishwashers. Historically, phosphates have been a main ingredient of dishwasher detergents. Called “builders,” they improve the detergent’s ability to clean. Areas with “hard” water have considered...
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Microwaves are convenient, but they food produce is not always high quality. Fortunately, a few simple tips can help produce fast and delicious microwave meals. 1. Think simple: Some of the best-tasting foods involve simple ingredients. Try poaching a piece...
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If you’ve ever shopped for a new cooktop, you may have seen high-end induction cooktops and like many people, wondered exactly how they work. Induction cooktops work by, well, induction, which is the process by which a changing electrical field...
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Most people have never thought to flush their hot water heater. Flushing is done by draining the water tank and then sending more water through it to finish cleaning out the sediment, dirt and rust that have accumulated in the...
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Appliances are designed to make life simpler and easier by cooking and preserving our food, cleaning our clothes and dishes and by handling tasks that are otherwise time consuming. When an appliance goes on the blink, the effect is stressful....
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You go to unload the dishwasher and find to your dismay that the dishes are still dirty. Instead of being clean as you expected, they feel slimy and are covered with a film. Before tossing out your dishwasher in frustration,...
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