‘Tis the season to clean the fridge

Aug
22
Author: Kerri
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Cleaning the fridge is one of those chores that just has to be done every now and then. A clean fridge is a hygienic environment in which to store food and chill drinks – meaning fresher and tastier food and no nasty mould or bacteria that can make you ill. What’s more, keeping your fridge and freezer regularly looked after and in good working order…
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6 ways to remove sticky labels from glass

May
20
Author: Kerri
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If you reuse empty glass jars to store coffee, spices or other kitchen ingredients, for jam or making or pickling, or perhaps for recycling in a craft project, you will know that it’s not always an easy job to remove the old label. Depending on the adhesive used, it can be downright impossible to get it all off! Avoid the temptation to use a knife…
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7 ways vinegar can harm your kitchen

Apr
04
Author: Kerri
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Vinegar has long been hailed as one of the most useful natural substances to have in the kitchen and laundry room. Whether you want to clean the microwave, remove limescale from chrome taps or keep bugs at bay, vinegar can indeed work wonders. However, it’s not always the solution. In fact, there are some situations when vinegar can do more harm than good. Granite, marble…
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7 top tips for cleaning your induction hob

Mar
07
Author: PriceK
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If you’ve just invested in a new induction hob, Congratulations – you’ve made a great decision! Not only are they a very sleek, contemporary addition to your kitchen, induction hobs are super quick to heat up and cook, making them very energy efficient. And because the heat is transferred directly and only to the bottom of the pan, they’re extremely safe to use too. Obviously,…
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Four Quick and Easy Cleaning Tips

May
18
Author: PriceK
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Finding time to clean the kitchen can be difficult, but if you’ve recently treated yourself to a brand new gorgeous kitchen design, here are some handy tips that will help take a little off your plate, so to speak! Broken Glass – Using a single slice of white bread you can gently press and collect broken glass without leaving any tiny shards behind. This is…
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