Repair And Clean A Used Freezer Chest

If you purchased a used freezer chest from a yard sale and the appliance has a torn rubber seal and loose handle, the following project will instruct you how to repair the appliance. Afterward, clean the chest's exterior and interior before storing food inside of the freezer compartment.  Materials pieces of wood utility knife tape measure cordless drill bleach detergent water spray bottle microfiber cloths hardware step ladder Remove The Rubber Seal And Clean The Base Of The Door Read More 

How To Clean The Water And Ice Dispenser On Your Refrigerator

The exterior water and ice dispenser on your refrigerator is a great convenience to have. You can get cubes of ice in your glass, or icy cold water at the press of a button - on demand any time you want. The downside to this convenience is the buildup of calcium from hard water that can accumulate around the water tube, or the mold/mildew that can build up in the ice dispenser. Read More 

Top Features To Look For In A Washing Machine That Will Give You A Long Life Of Service

In the average home setting, a washing machine will last you roughly 14 years according to SFGate. However, if you are like most consumers, you will find yourself replacing your washing machine much sooner than that, which can be costly and frustrating. If you are tired of investing in a new washing machine way too often, it may be time to consider investing some money in a top-of-the-line washing machine model that is specifically designed to give users a longer life of service. Read More 

4 Tips For A Clean Ice Cream Machine

Soft-serve ice cream machines can add a whole new layer of fun for your customers. But like any other machine, they need to be well maintained for a lifetime of frozen goodness. If you're not familiar with what to do, here are four tips for keeping your ice cream machine clean and your desserts safe and yummy. Understand the Hazards There are three main threats to the cleanliness of your ice cream machine and subsequently what comes out of it. Read More 

Find A Great Deal On A Commercial Refrigerator By Asking Your Salesperson To Paint Its Skin

When shopping for a commercial refrigerator, one of the most important features that you should consider is also one of the most basic features. The skin of a refrigerator is its outermost surface of its walls. Because the skin is the exposed part of the refrigerator, it must withstand a lot of wear and tear. By asking your salesperson to add a painted skin at no additional charge, you may be able to negotiate your way to a better commercial refrigerator. Read More