Here are some tips to keep your appliances in their best condition.

Here are some tips to keep your appliances in their best condition.

  • Clean your appliances in and out. Wipe down the door gaskets, vacuum the condenser oil, dust off the coils with a soft cloth.
  • Stock your fridge and freezer with foods, so it stays cooler every time you open the door.
  • Make sure your fridge and freezer run at the proper temperature, which is between 37° and 40° for the fridge, and 0° for the freezer, to keep it at its most efficient.
  • Reposition your fridge or freezer. Make sure that it has airflow behind it by placing it an inch or two away from the wall.
  • Prevent ice buildup in the freezer by spraying a small amount of cooking spray inside.

Washing Machine

  • Use low-sudsing detergents for high-efficiency top-loaders and front-loading washers.
  • Make sure to leave the door ajar after washing a load of laundry to prevent molds and mildews and allow the inter to air properly.
  • Wash the washer with a solution of equal parts of vinegar and water. Using a detergent or vinegar, you can also run a hot-wash load with the empty washer to keep the interior clean.
  • Avoid putting too much detergent as it can leave residues on your laundry and the interior machine, which may lead to problems.


  • Be sure to wipe down the inside of the oven after it cools down.
  • Clean your oven regularly.
  • Don’t remove your oven’s knobs.
  • Inspect and replace your gas line.
  • Always unplug your oven when you clean.
  • Check your element (burners) regularly.
  • If you are baking a full casserole or pie, for example, consider putting a larger baking sheet underneath it.
  • Don’t forget to clean your racks.
  • Slide your oven out and clean underneath and behind it.


  • Regularly clean the filter.
  • You can use vinegar to clean out your dishwasher to remove any stuck food particles or residual detergent left behind.
  • Properly load your dishes.
  • Once a month, use a solution made of three cups of water and half a cup of vinegar to clean up the seal.
  • Check the spinning arms.


  • Clean lint screen regularly.
  • Avoid putting soiled clothes in the dryer.
  • Wipe down the outside of the dryer regularly.
  • You should make a habit of cleaning the exhaust vent or duct at least two times every year.

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