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Seven Safe Summer Cleaning Tips for Kitchen Appliances

Seven Safe Summer Cleaning Tips for Kitchen Appliances
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PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. /eNewsChannels/ — NEWS: Show your appliances some much needed attention with these spring cleaning suggestions from Northstar Appliance Repair Palm Beach Gardens, Florida. Use these seven homemade remedies to clean your kitchen and have it smelling fresh – no need to leave your home for supplies.

These suggestions can remove stains, eliminate odor, and get rid of food buildup in the kitchen. Appliances take a lot of abuse and they get the least amount of attention. If you keep them clean that can help them run longer and more efficiently, cutting back on appliance repair services.

1. Remove food residue from your dishwasher by running a empty dishwasher with a cup of vinegar.

2. Remove food stains from your microwave by using 2-3 tablespoons of baking soda and one quart of water to wipe down the interior walls of the microwave.

3. Clean your condenser coils on your refrigerator. They are located behind the refrigerator. Use a small brush or handheld vacuum to remove any lint, dust, pet hair, and/or dirt.

4. Do your refrigerator have any unwanted odors? Pour some vanilla extract into a bowl and wipe the refrigerator walls. Also placing a box of baki…………… continues on eNewsChannels

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Allergist offers tips on managing dust, dander allergies during spring cleaning
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There’s a place for everything, and everything in its place.

There’s a place for everything, and everything in its place. 

As people across the country put this adage into action with spring cleaning, an allergist at Vanderbilt’s Asthma, Sinus and Allergy Program Clinic said it’s important to remember that when putting everything in its place, many housecleaners are likely to stir up the dust and dander winter left behind – and both can pose significant issues for allergy sufferers.

 “Dust mite and pet dander allergies are two of the more common ones that we see in our clinic,” said Dr. Robert Valet, assistant professor of medicine. “While they don’t generally cause the severe reactions we can see in people allergic to bee stings, foods or latex, they can still cause a great deal of discomfort for those who are allergic.”

The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology estimates up to 27 percent of Americans demonstrate sensitivity to dust mites.  The Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America notes up to 30 percent of Americans have allergic reactions to cats and dogs. Additionally, cat allergies are approximately twice as common as dog allergies and affect nearly 10 million pet owners in the U.S.

An allergy to dust is actually caused by the dust mite, a very small and transl…………… continues on Lebanon Democrat

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