Grandma isn't listening, so it's okay to admit it: microwaves have forever changed the way your family prepares and cooks food. Need to thaw meat fast for supper? Reheat leftovers? Make buttery popcorn in a flash? Thanks to the home microwave, these tasks no longer require the kitchen stove or result in having to wash pots and pans later.
Instead, families just put the food inside their microwave, push a few buttons, and relax for a few seconds while awaiting that satisfying ding that signals the meal or snack is ready to eat.
It is likely that your home's washing machine is one of the most expensive and important appliances that you own. Unfortunately, it is also likely that you have a limited understanding of the type of preventative care that your washing machine will require if it is to be kept in good condition.
Reduce The Hardness Of Your Water
The hardness of the water that flows into your washing machine can be a major factor in determining its longevity and likelihood of encountering problems.