I thought i carefully melted in a container a small amount of grease, but now when I warm up something it sounds like grease is still in it and like it want to spark ... See more
Does anyone know how to clean and what to use to clean a fake stainless steel refrigerator? Can't use abrasive material, it scratches.refrigerator that is fake stainl... See more
Does anyone know if there is anything I can buy to fill a 2"- 3" crack in the drum of my dryer? Something heat resistant that dried hard? My dryer is only 3yrs old bu... See more
Hi I lost my manual to my stove and I forgot how to set my oven to clean itself.Can you help me ? I'm trying to clean it to finish Thanksgiving dinner.Thanks maggie
It looks like it might be from denim
I have very grease spotted glass in my oven door. Thanks to this site I got the glass out but I need to know how to get old grease spots off the glass without scratc... See more
I've had it with bagless vacuum cleaners. True, you don't have to buy bags, but with bagless, dust and debris gets into the air. I just want to take the filled bag ... See more
I have cleaned my gunky filters, and inside my greasy hood, now my stanthony(1960) copper looking outer hood needs some sprucing up. Tried dawn and hot water, krud ku... See more
We have a 3-4 year old whirlpool Cabrio Model wtw7800xw3. The top loading door is broken on the left side while looking at it. See photo . It appears to be a se... See more
Caused by spraying on a cleaner
Can anybody tell me how to reconnect the felt strip on my dryer lint screen? Can’t use glue because heat will just melt it. Any suggestions appreciated. Barbara
I have some brown spots on my iron plate, I do not know what it is from.
Exhaust fans seem useless because they seem to be too far from the source of the steam. Why are they always installed so far from the showerhead?
it discolored them and took finish off. What can I do to make the useable
I’ve tried all the cleaners for ceramic stove as well as baking sofa, vinigar , etc. Burner has greasy looking stain that won’t go away