In order to know how to prolong the lifespan of your home appliances, it’s important to know which factors affect their condition. Only then you can take some preventive measures to minimize wear and expand their lifespan. It’s worth mentioning that manufacturers provide an average estimate of each appliance’s life expectancy. But how accurate are these predictions? And should you keep an appliance long after its life expectancy? Let us examine these matters one by one.
The sticky, black grime built-up inside the oven is hardly good for your health. So when we talk about keeping ovens clean, we basically aim at ensuring your health. And let’s face it. With frequent chicken roasting, the oven is bound to get filthy. What’s left behind (aside from chicken leftovers) is grease and grime, which will eventually turn into carbon. The bad news is that the appliance will start emitting intense odors tainting your next baking projects and possibly causing a fire. When it comes to problems, that’s easy. You simply call your oven repair tech to take care of any issue. But when it comes to oven cleaning, that’s on you. Let’s see what you can do! READ MORE