EASY WAYS YOU CAN PREVENT COOKING FIRES

It doesn’t matter if you’re a master chef or a rookie you may come across a situation where there is a cooking fire, it may be in your microwave, oven or even stove. There are many ways though to prevent such fires and save your kitchen from an unneeded renovation. Have a look below for some of best tips for kitchen safety.

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How to use your microwave oven for real cooking

Many of us just use our microwaves to heat up last nights dinner or some 2-minute noodles, but there is so much more you can use your microwave for! Now each microwave is different so the first step of microwave cooking is to get to know your individual appliance; have a quick look through your manual (which you can also find online) or test the different settings to see what your microwave can do.

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Organise the Fridge

EXPERT TIPS TO KEEP YOUR REFRIGERATOR ORGANISED

USE STACKABLE CONTAINERS

Plastic stackable containers are the best way to organise your fridge. Not only do they save space but they also keep many food products such as cheeses or dips fresh. It also means there are fewer chances for spillages and food mixing.

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Mouldy Washing Machine

What to do about your moldy washing machine

WHY IS THERE MOLD IN YOUR WASHING MACHINE

Mold appears only in front loader washing machines. This is because of how the water pools in the door seal or gasket of the unit after every wash. Common door seals for front loader units have multiple folds in the design which makes it much easier for water to seep in and stay there after every wash.

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THE RIGHT TEMPERATURE SETTINGS FOR YOU APPLIANCES

Making sure your home appliances are at their optimal temperature can be a hassle and some don’t even know how important the level of temperature can be for protecting your food or keeping you warm while being as efficient as possible and keeping yourself and your family healthy.

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Apartment living horror stories

More and more of us are living in apartments, units, flats, terrace homes and other high-density housing. Living in such close proximity to other human beings comes with its share of challenges, from enduring the yapping of the dog downstairs, to the “balcony rain” when someone up above you waters their plants.

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Stacking kits, how to organise your washer and dryer

Our appliance technicians at Camtec come across problems with washer and dryers all the time, especially in cases where these units are stacked on top of each other which cause a hell of a lot of issues if not done properly, this is why they generally always recommend our customers to use stacking kits or other alternatives designed to protect these units.

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Gas heaters what do you want and need to know

It’s now winter in Australia and time to get your gas heaters cranking, but if you are looking into a gas heater and not sure how to possibly choose, then not to worry because we have come up with a list of the important questions you need to ask yourself when you’re looking to get your new gas heater.

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Appliances that need dedicated circuits

Every home has a circuit board, they are the boxes on the walls in your garage or on the outside of your house that is full of switches. Each of these switches provides power to certain aspects of your home; for instance one switch may control your lights while the other controls your water heater.

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Guide to recycling electronics or e-waste

Australians are among the highest users of technology in the world, with 99% of Australian households having at least one TV while a further 55% have at least two and that’s just our TVs! Of all these new technologies only about 10% of products will end up being recycled leaving the other 90% polluting our country further.

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