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APPLIANCES REPAIR & INSTALLATION CALL TODAY FOR FREE ESTIMATE 416-800-8790
 http://www.onsiteappliancerepair.com
 
WE REPAIR WASHER, DRYER, DISHWASHER, OVEN, FRIDGE SAME DAY 416-800-8790
 
$15 off any appliance repair for our kijiji costumers including: washers, dryers, ovens, stoves, fridges, dishwasher, appliance installation and maintenance.
FOR SAME DAY SERVICE CALL TODAY 416-800-8790
 
**Read what people say about us: http://www.onsiteappliancerepair.com/  **


Our services include:
* Refrigerator Repair
* Washing Machine Repair
* Dryer Repair
* Dishwasher Repair
* Oven-Stove Repair
* Any Appliance installation

 On-Site Appliance Repair offers professional appliance repair service in Toronto and GTA area at affordable prices. We believe that being honest and providing excellent customer service is the way to success, We have more than 20 years of experience in the appliance repair industry, and we are up to date trained on the new appliance models and technologies. Our technicians are highly skilled and qualified to repair any appliance problems and all major appliance brands. We use only genuine parts and carry a large quantity of parts in our trucks. Our mission is to repair your appliance on the first visit. All of our repairs come with one year warranty.
 
For Same Day Appliance Repair Call Now! Toronto & GTA 416-800-8790
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How To Clean the Refrigerator
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What You Need
A non-abrasive sponge
Multipurpose cleaning spray
Dish soap
Dish towels
Paper towels
An old toothbrush (optional)
Stainless steel cleaner (optional)
Microfiber cloth (optional)
Instructions
Unplug the fridge: If your fridge needs some serious scrubbing power and/or the shelves are not removable, unplug the fridge so you don't waste energy while you clean. If the shelves are removable, and you are conscientious about closing the door between steps, you may leave it plugged in.
Empty the fridge: Take everything out of the fridge and set it on your countertop. Toss, recycle, or compost old and expired food items. Group like items together to make it easier when you put everything away.
Remove the shelves and drawers: Remove any element inside your refrigerator that you can. This usually includes shelves and produce drawers.
Wash them in warm, soapy water: Wash those parts with a sponge or soft cloth in a sink of clean, soapy water. It may be unwieldy to wash the drawers in your sink, so you can do this in the bathtub if you wish. Rinse and set aside to air dry.
Clean the inside of the fridge: Spray every part of the inside of the fridge with a multipurpose cleaner. Wipe down. Make sure to wipe down the walls, shelves, shelf seams, and the rubber door seal. Use a non-abrasive sponge to remove sticky, caked-on spills, and an old toothbrush for getting into crevices.
Replace shelves and drawers: Replace all the shelves and drawers you took out.
Wipe down jars and bottles, then replace: Before you put the food back into the refrigerator, wipe down every jar, bottle, and container with a damp cloth. Replace.
Plug the fridge back in: If you unplugged the fridge while you cleaned, don't forget to plug it back in!
Wipe down the exterior: Wipe down the exterior of your fridge with a damp cloth that's been soaked in clean, soapy water. Dry immediately with a paper towel, dish towel, or microfiber cloth. If you have a stainless steel fridge, you may also use a special stainless steel cleaner if you have it. Make sure to dry in the direction of the grain to prevent streaking.
 
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How to Whiten White Clothes That Are Yellowing
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No matter how well you take care of your clothes, how often you clean them and how carefully you choose your detergents, one thing is abundantly clear: whites turn yellow. It might not happen for a while, but eventually every piece of white clothing you own is going to start looking a little . . . dingy. When that happens, should we cut our losses and replace them, or is there a way to bring those bright whites back to life? According to cleaning master One Good Thing By Jillee, it is DEFINITELY the latter. You just need her miracle solution, which goes beyond bleach for yellow-stain-erasing power.
You’ll Need
– Very hot water
– 1 cup laundry detergent
– 1 cup powdered dish washer detergent
– 1 cup bleach
– ½ cup borax
Mix everything together, and soak for at least a few hours. That’s IT. Your whites will be back to sparkling and you’ll feel like they’re brand new! Awesome, right?
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How to Launder Dry-Clean-Only Clothing at Home
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You fall in love with a shirt only to flip the tag and see the dreaded words, "Dry-Clean Only." Instead of leaving it at the store, bring your new favorite item of clothing home with you without fear of dealing with the dry cleaner. Along with being a big bother to drop off clothes and then pick them up, dry-cleaning isn't the best for the environment — and getting clothes professionally laundered adds up!

Check the Material

Start by figuring out what type of material you're working with. Most store-purchased clothing items are already colorfast, but it's always smart to do a quick test to double-check hues won't fade or bleed before hand washing. And it's a good idea to spot treat with a gentle stain remover before giving a gentle cleaning.

How to Hand Wash

After you know what type of material you're working with, you can safely hand wash these items at home:
•Cashmere: Your lovely cashmere sweaters can be hand washed with warm water and a gentle cleaner, like The Laundress's Wool and Cashmere Shampoo ($19). Hand wash in warm water, then dip in fresh cold water until the clothing item is free of soap. Cover a countertop with a soft, dry towel and lay the cashmere item flat to air-dry. Avoid wringing, rolling, or hanging, which will stretch the material.
•Wool: Just like cashmere items, wool clothing can be hand washed, or machine washed on gentle in cold water for a cleaning when needed. Just like washing cashmere, lay flat and avoid hanging or wringing.
•Leather: Use a damp cloth to clean jackets or pants, but avoid being too aggressive while cleaning, which can damage the surface.
•Silk: Silk is a hard material to colorfast, so you might experience some fading while hand washing. Wash with a mild, natural soap, such as castile soap, in room-temperature water. Let the item soak for a few minutes and then lightly agitate with hands. Rinse with clean water, then hang dry on a padded hanger.

Try an At-Home Dry-Cleaning Kit

If you're still concerned about actually dunking your beloved clothing item in water, you can pick up a dry-cleaning kit ($20) that works with items that have linings, like business suits and velvet jackets. Follow the directions, and you're on your way to refreshed clothes.
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10 Maintenance Tips You Can Do
In Under 10 Minutes
By Steve Ash
Many people think of cleaning as a chore, but periodic maintenance of Take 10 minutes out of your schedule to try one of these 10 quick and easy appliances maintenance tips.
Verify Oven Door Has Tight Seal:
Over 20% of your oven's heat can escape if the door is not sealed properly.
Open the oven door and locate the rubber gasket around the perimeter of the door.
Feel for any broken, torn or deformed areas on your seal. Close the door and see if you can find any leaks.
Replace the gasket if necessary.

Clean or Replace Dirty Vent Filters:
Metal-mesh grease filters can be washed by hand in soapy water or you can put them in your dishwasher for a thorough cleaning.
Don't attempt to wash charcoal or paper filters; they need to be replaced.

Clean Stovetop Drip Bowls:
Remove drip bowls from underneath your burner elements.
Presoak the drip bowls in a cleaning solution for 5 minutes. Then wash, clean and replace.
Remember to clean drip bowls immediately after spills. If spills burn into the bowls you may need to replace them.

Clean Coils In Your Refrigerator:
Depending on your model, the coils are either behind the kickplate or at the rear of the fridge.
Use a shop or handheld vacuum to suck up any loose particles.
Vacuum every 6-12 months.

Change Refrigerator Water Filter:
Filters that don't efficiently remove contaminants and impurities may expose you to harmful water.
Follow water filter instructions, as all water filters are different depending on model. However, most are as easy as turning the filter one quarter inch and popping it out or locking it in place.
Change the filter every 3-6 months depending on water condition and usage.

Fix Rusty Dishrack Tines:
If your tines are rusty, the rust can adhere to and ruin your dishes and silverware.
Purchase a tine repair kit.
Use a sealant to adhere the tips over any rusty or chipped tines.
Let dry for at least 24 hours before running your dishwasher.

Clean and Deodorize Garbage Disposal:
Make sure the unit has been turned off.
Look down the drain for any large, stuck items. Don't stick your hands in the disposal. Use tongs or another tool to fish items out.
Prepare a mixture of ice cubes and salt (or vinegar) and pour it down the drain. Run cold water over it for 10 seconds and then turn the unit on.
To deodorize, place a handful of citrus peels in the disposal, run cold water and turn it on.

Clean Dryer Exhaust:
Lint in your dryer exhaust is a fire hazard; clean the exhaust annually.
Loosen the clamp and pull the exhaust off the back of the dryer.
Remove clumps of lint from the tubing and the hole in the back of the dryer. Use a coat hanger to carefully remove any large clumps that you can't reach with your hands.
Vacuum all the small lint.
Reattach exhaust.

Inspect Washing Machine Hoses:
Most washing machine floods are caused by leaks in the hose.
Remove the panel on your washing machine.
Search for any cracks, leaks or weak spots on your hoses.
Replace the hose if needed.
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4 Reasons to Avoid Your Self-Cleaning Oven Feature
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The self-cleaning feature on your oven might seem handy with its ability to cut your kitchen cleaning process in half, but as it turns out this feature can actually be quite hazardous to your health. Without you even knowing it, your oven might be contributing to your respiratory issues, and maybe even harming the health your pets. Here are four ways in particular that your self-cleaning oven feature might be doing more harm than good:
1. Carbon Monoxide Buildup

The North Iowa Municipal Electric Cooperative Association revealed that the self-cleaning function on your oven has the potential to create carbon monoxide. Carbon monoxide is a hard-to-detect gas that is extremely toxic to humans and animals. Specifically, it’s the baked on and charred foods commonly found on the bottom of the oven that can lead to the creation of carbon monoxide. This reaction happens as these leftover foods start to heat up and burn during the cleaning cycle.
To avoid the production of carbon monoxide, it is best that you clean without heating up the charred food. You can use a wire scrubber and soap, but avoid using chemicals. Cleaning products can create hazardous chemicals when exposed to high temperatures.
If you insist on using your self-cleaning feature, know that there is no way to ensure zero-percent carbon monoxide emissions. However, to reduce the amount of carbon monoxide produced during cleaning, you take care of spills inside of your oven as soon as they occur. For those especially stubborn spills and baked-on foods, it’s best that you ensure the kitchen is well ventilated and that you turn on the exhaust fan while you’re running the self-cleaning function. You’ll also want to check to see that any carbon monoxide detectors you have are in working order with fresh batteries.
2. Animal Safety
The fumes created during the oven’s cleaning cycle can be especially hazardous to the health of any pets you have in your home. Fumes known as polytetrafluoroethylene (PTFE) toxicosis are especially dangerous to birds. A bird’s respiratory system is designed to send immense amounts of oxygen to their flight muscles. The downside is that their efficient systems quickly and easily send toxins straight through their bodies and endanger their lives. If you notice that your pet parakeet is acting sickly while you use your oven’s self-cleaning feature, it could be indicative of PTFE toxicosis.
If you absolutely must use your self-cleaning oven feature, be sure that any animals you have are placed outside. Do this even if the kitchen area is well ventilated, because it is better to be safe than sorry when it comes to your animals’ health. Birds can either be placed in a ventilated room as far from the kitchen as possible or outside in a shaded area if weather permits. It might not be a bad idea for you and anyone else in the house to spend some time outside while the oven is cleaning. While you may not have the same sensitive respiratory system as a bird, there’s no reason for you to risk your health.
Once again, it is always advisable to bypass the self-cleaning oven feature and clean it the old fashioned way instead. Your pets will thank you!
3. Asthma or Respiratory Diseases
Anyone in your home who suffers from an upper respiratory disease or asthma should completely avoid the kitchen while running the cleaning cycle on your oven. Opening windows and doors and running the exhaust fan in the kitchen may not be enough to dispel dangerous fumes.
There’s a Teflon coating on the inside of your oven that can withstand regular baking and broiling temperatures. That coating doesn’t stand up so well against the extreme temperatures bombarding the oven as it’s being cleaned. Any Teflon fumes a person breathes in can easily lead to trouble breathing, coughing, chills, sweating and other flu-like symptoms.
4. Blowing a Fuse or Control Panel
If you have a newer oven, it more than likely has heating elements hidden beneath the bottom and over the ceiling. While these concealed elements make ovens easier to clean and prevent drips from charring or smoking, they can come at a cost.
It’s hard for ovens to dissipate the high levels of heat produced during the oven’s cleaning cycle and still ensure there’s still enough air circulating. What happens is the fuses may blow out and control panels can burn out from the high heat. Even though oven manufacturers are well aware of what happens to oven fuses and control panels when exposed to extreme heat, so many consumers demand to have an oven with a self-cleaning feature that manufacturers feel they have no choice but to keep including it.
When ovens do become damaged from the cleaning cycle, they can be much more expensive and time consuming to repair, mainly because the entire oven has to be pulled out in order for the repair technician can gain access to the problem area. This is when it would suit you best to clean your oven with soap and water instead, because you are much less likely to do any damage. It may be time consuming and hard work, but you’ll end up saving money in the long run as well as preserving your health and your family’s health.

Cleaning Your Oven the Right Way
Now that you know a bit more about the dangers of using your self-cleaning oven feature, you can better determine whether you want to use the feature at all.
If you decide to take the risk, you should learn how to properly prepare your oven for a cleaning. The first thing you’ll want to do is read over your oven manual about what you should do before cleaning it. For instance, you’ll more than likely have to remove the oven racks and take care of any smears of grease and spills inside the oven. You may be able to leave in porcelain-coated shelves. Even though you can also leave in chrome-like shelves, the high temperatures can potentially leave them looking dull.
If you decide to hand wash everything, all you do is take out the shelves and toss them in your sink for a good scrubbing. Before you replace them, wipe down the inside of your oven, and scrub any stubborn spots. Keep in mind that the more often that you clean your oven, the less amount of time food has to bake onto the sides. Try to clean your oven out after every one or two uses.
Wiping away spots is not the only thing you should be concerned with when cleaning your oven. Maintenance is equally as important and can also cause damages if neglected or done incorrectly. If you have a damaged oven gasket, the seal around the door of your oven may not be as effective as it should be, meaning that some of the heat could escape as the oven is cleaning itself. Besides water and soap, it’s best that you not use any other cleaning chemicals on your oven, even if you use them before you start the cleaning cycle. Any remaining chemicals can have an adverse reaction with the fumes created in the oven as it’s cleaning itself.
You can also save on energy costs by cleaning up right after you use the oven in order to prevent baked-on messes. Just take care not to burn yourself. Finally, if you must use the self-cleaning oven feature, you should limit your use to no more than six times a year to help save energy, as well as wear and tear on your appliance. Again, make sure to clear out of the kitchen when this feature is at work!
It might be convenient to clean your oven with this feature, but this is a situation when taking the time to clean the old fashioned way can save you and your family. To make the task easier, consider lining the bottom of your oven with aluminum foil to catch anything that might drip as you’re cooking.
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APPLIANCES REPAIR & INSTALLATION CALL TODAY FOR FREE ESTIMATE 416-800-8790
 
 
WE REPAIR WASHER, DRYER, DISHWASHER, OVEN, FRIDGE SAME DAY 416-800-8790
 
$15 off any appliance repair for our kijiji costumers including: washers, dryers, ovens, stoves, fridges, dishwasher, appliance installation and maintenance.
FOR SAME DAY SERVICE CALL TODAY 416-800-8790
 
***Read what people say about us: http://www.onsiteappliancerepair.com/  ***


Our services include:
* Refrigerator Repair
* Washing Machine Repair
* Dryer Repair
* Dishwasher Repair
* Oven-Stove Repair
* Any Appliance installation

 On-Site Appliance Repair offers professional appliance repair service in Toronto and GTA area at affordable prices. We believe that being honest and providing excellent customer service is the way to success, We have more than 20 years of experience in the appliance repair industry, and we are up to date trained on the new appliance models and technologies. Our technicians are highly skilled and qualified to repair any appliance problems and all major appliance brands. We use only genuine parts and carry a large quantity of parts in our trucks. Our mission is to repair your appliance on the first visit. All of our repairs come with one year warranty.
 
For Same Day Appliance Repair Call Now! Toronto & GTA 416-800-8790
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 http://www.onsiteappliancerepair.com/refrigerator-repair/ On-Site appliance repair offers 24/7 same day refrigerator repair for those emergency times when your fridge went bad on you. Our refrigerator is the most important appliance we have as it keeps our food fresh. If your fridge is not working or is not cold enough or if there is any other problem with it, you can count on us. We will be there fast and diagnose the problem quickly. Since we have a large stock of refrigerator parts,
it gives us an ability to fix your fridge at the first visit.
Our technicians are highly skilled and qualified to repair any refrigerator problem, so you can count on us to do the job on time,
We offer one year warranty on all of our refrigerator repairs.





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