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Welcome to my blog concerning all things appliance!  In conjunction with KWR Appliances I will be providing informative information concerning everyday home appliances as well as other topics that may be (or may become) relevant.  Enjoy!

Friday, September 1, 2023 • Rob Tope • Appliances
This blog post compares the three main types of laundry detergents: liquid, pods, and powder, highlighting their pros and cons. Liquid detergent is versatile but can be messy, pods are convenient but costly, and powder is cost-effective but may not dissolve well in cold water. The article aims to help you make an informed choice based on your laundry needs, washing machine type, and budget.
Saturday, August 26, 2023 • Rob Tope • General
This blog post explores the creative and unconventional ways you can use your washing machine beyond its primary function of cleaning clothes. From serving as a large-scale salad spinner to being repurposed into stylish furniture or a fire pit, your washing machine offers a range of possibilities that can simplify your life and even contribute to DIY projects. Whether your machine is old or new, there are various ways to make the most out of this household appliance.
Friday, August 25, 2023 • Rob Tope • Appliances
The self-cleaning feature in ovens, introduced by Thermador in 1963, offers a convenient way to clean ovens using two primary methods: High-Temperature Cleaning and Steam Cleaning. The high-temperature method heats the oven between 800°F to 1000°F, turning food residues into ash, while the steam cleaning operates at a cooler 250°F, softening light soils for easy removal. For effective cleaning, ensure the oven is empty, consult the operating manual for specific instructions, and use the feature before heavy soil accumulation.
Thursday, August 24, 2023 • Rob Tope • washing machines
Top load and front load washers differ primarily in how you load and unload clothes. Front loaders are more water-efficient, using a tumbling action to clean, while top loaders use more water and clean with an impeller or agitator. Although front loaders might have longer cycle times, they are generally more efficient in stain removal and have faster spinning speeds, reducing drying times. Top loaders typically offer a larger capacity, especially those with impellers. In terms of comfort, top loaders are waist-high, whereas front loaders might require bending unless raised with pedestals. Overall, the choice between the two depends on individual preferences and laundry needs.

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