The Art of Appliance Service: An Appliance Blog
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The Art of Appliance Service: An Appliance Blog

Welcome to my blog. When it comes to taking care of appliances, it can be an art. You have to use them correctly, know how to look for signs of trouble and understand how to do simple repairs. Hi, my name is Kelsey, and in this blog, I am going to write everything I know about appliances and related topics. This is my first blog, but I have written in many other types of venues before -- I'm even old enough to have had a 'zine (if you can believe that). I live with my husband, my three daughters, and our dog. Cleaning pet hair of of the dryer and repairing blades on the blender has become my specialty over the years. Enjoy reading!

The Art of Appliance Service: An Appliance Blog

  • Is Your Washing Machine Holding Your Career Back? Laundry Advice For Cleaner, Fresher Laundry

    3 October 2018

    Dressing for success is a good policy for every employee, but it can be a difficult task to accomplish when your laundered clothing does not look its very best. While this problem can be related to the choice of fabrics and styles you select, it can also be related to the way the clothing is cared for and whether the washing machine you use is performing properly. If your career advancement has stalled and you are worried that your clothing may be the reason, the following laundry advice can help you revive both your wardrobe and your career.

  • 3 Ways To Treat Your Dryer Right

    4 June 2018

    Your dryer is a simple yet complex piece of machinery that will last for years if you know how to take care of it correctly. Keep the vent pipe short and clean. Always clean the lint trap. Be sure that you know what size loads your dryer can handle. 1. Vent Pipe The vent pipe runs from the back of your dryer to the outside of your home. The heat and air that is pulled into your dryer is blown out through the vent pipe.

  • How To Fix Rust On The Exterior Of A Refrigerator

    31 January 2018

    If you find rust on your refrigerator, you should be able to fix it yourself. Rust on refrigerators occurs from oxidation of the metal with oxygen and moisture, which is usually caused by dings. Rust left untreated will gradually cause rust holes detracting from the appearance, eventually requiring a replacement, and it can also be a health risk. Fix rust on the refrigerator exterior by following these steps. Prepare to Fix the Rust