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How To Avoid The Flu: Clean And Disinfect Your House

If you are not down with flu so far, consider yourself lucky! The flu, infections and fever is a common scenario in every house. The flu can make you feel downright miserable, and sometimes, it can even become life-threatening. You must know how to prevent it!

The first thing you need to do is to get a flu shot. It is also equally important to keep yourself and your house clean at all times to avoid infections. Many prefer to contact professional cleaners for thorough cleaning of the kitchen, bathrooms, etc. to keep their homes free from harmful germs, viruses and bacteria.

However, it is advisable to follow a daily cleaning schedule to stay away from seasonal diseases.
In this post, you will learn how to clean and disinfect your house to avoid the flu.

1. The Faucet Handles

People usually don’t realise it, but their dirty hands, which may contain cold and flu viruses, come in contact with the faucet handles of kitchen and bathroom. These places can become a breeding ground for yeast, mould, and bacteria like salmonella and E. coli.

It is crucial to clean the faucet handles. You can use warm water and dish soap to clean the faucets, white vinegar to remove a build-up of grime, and baking soda to take out the stains.

2. The Toothbrush Holders

Studies have found that items like toothbrush holders can be one of the dirtiest and germ infested spots in the house. The best way to clean them is to wash them with hot and soapy water or put them in the dishwasher once or twice a week. If a family member is sick, keep the person’s toothbrush isolated from other toothbrushes. If you touch your mouth, eyes or nose after touching something that has cold or flu germs, you can get affected.

3. Dirty Plastic Toys

Kids suffer from cold and flu several times in a year, and thus, the harmful germs spread to their toys and other stuff quite easily. So, it is essential to clean all the toys at the end of each month, or whenever you think there is a requirement like when your kid is sick.

Wash the hard plastic toys with soap and warm water to kill disease-causing bacteria and viruses that are not visible to the naked eyes. Moreover, to sanitise them, wipe the toys with a mixture of bleach (1 tablespoon) and water (1 quarter).
Finally, let them air dry!

4. Screens Of Mobile, Tablets

Whether people are sick or not, they continuously swipe and tap their smartphones and tablets without cleaning them. If you are also doing the same thing, then you should stop it because viruses can easily travel from the screen glass to your fingertips.

So, it is essential to clean such devices. Purchase special wipes and properly follow the instructions to clean the screens of your devices.

5. Infected TV Remotes

In case you don’t know, your TV remote is not only the most touched item but also the least cleaned one. Also, cold and flu germs are most likely to live longest on hard surfaces like plastic, and thus, it becomes a convenient medium for bacteria and other harmful particles to travel from one person to another.

However, you can clean it easily. First, clean the debris using a dry toothbrush. You can also use a cotton ball or swab dipped in a mild cleaner to disinfect the remotes. However, make sure that it is squeezed nearly dry.

6. Clean The Study/Work Table

Despite getting sick, people spend a decent amount of time on their study or working table for reading books, office work, writing, accounts related work, writing applications and what not. At that point of time, they spread the flu germ all over the table surface, which can quickly transfer to some other family member.

You need to take special care of these places and clean them regularly. People often contact us for deep cleaning of their houses once in a few months, but they overlook the crucial places which need to be cleaned daily.
Use disinfecting wipes to clean the surfaces of the tables regularly.

7. Clean The Sheets, Towels And Blankets

You should wash the sheets, towels and blankets of all the rooms at least once a week. This will not let the bacteria and germs stay on the surface and spread to other places.

Clean it along with other dirty clothes and ensure you always have enough washed and disinfected sheets, towels and blankets. In case you have a person suffering from flu in the house, change the sheets, towels and blankets more frequently.

8. Do Not Forget To Wash Your Hands

Washing your hands every time you come home and before eating your meals is still one of the best ways you can minimise your chances of getting flu. But, make sure that you are doing it the right way – rub your hands properly with soap for at least 20 to 30 seconds before you wash them properly.

Do not forget to wash between the fingers, the back of your hands, and under the nails. Hand sanitiser is also a good option but always give priority to water and soap.

Things to Remember

Whenever you use disinfectant sprays, always remember that for disinfecting the paper towels are a lot better than sponges.
You should not use sponges and dishcloths 2 times without wash them, as they are most likely to spread the germs around. Wash them minimum at 60 degrees. The higher is the better.
If you are not sure what to clean, think about the things you touch a lot and something that you share with someone else.
After a disinfectant wipe, allow the surface to get dry as it will get more time to kill the harmful germs and bacteria.
Make sure that the disinfectant you are using works against the viruses that you are targeting.

Conclusion

Whether someone at home is sick or not, disinfecting and cleaning your house should be a vital part of the daily cleaning routine. If you follow the cleaning methods mentioned above, you are most likely to get a positive result and minimise your chances of falling ill.

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4 Common Floor Cleaning Mistakes That You Should Avoid

Clean and shiny floors can enhance the overall look and feel of a house or a commercial space. But, make sure you clean them properly using the right techniques. However, most of the people who have relocated, don’t get enough time to give a deep clean to their home, especially floors.
In such a busy schedule, they make some common mistakes while cleaning their floors. Here, in this blog post, I will unveil the four common floor cleaning mistakes along with their respective solutions.

1. Excess Use of Water

Most of the people drain too much water to clean their dirty floor. But this technique can cause swelling and even damage your floor, especially laminate ones. This happens because too much water soaks into the cracks between the planks and could ruin your floors.

Solution:

Since a little water goes a long way on floors, make sure you don’t use them in excess. Instead, you can clean them using a dry mop. If there is any stain on the floor, you can spray a cleaner on the affected areas and mop the entire floor to get rid of it.

2. Use of Harsh Cleaners

Whether you have a wooden or a laminate floor, harsh cleaners can damage the finishing of it. Such cleaners contain an excess amount of Ammonia and other chemicals that can eat away the layers of your floor.

Solution:

Instead of harsh cleaners, use a few drops of mild dishwashing detergent or soap to mop the dirty floor. Make sure you use a little quantity of detergent.

3. Steam Cleaners

An excessive amount of moisture or heat could spoil the finishing of your floor and eventually ruin the wood beneath it (if you have a wooden floor). So, stop using steam cleaners on the floor.

Solution:

You can first vacuum the floor to fetch dry dust and then mop it using a mild detergent solution. This is one of the best floor cleaning techniques.

4. Wrong Vacuum Cleaning Technique

Vacuum Cleaning can help collect all the hidden dirt and containment with ease. But some of us use wrong techniques while vacuuming the laminate floors.

Solution:

If you want to avoid scratches and dull, make sure you don’t use brush roll during the vacuum cleaning. For sweeping, use a clean microfiber mop – this can be gentle on your floors.

Conclusion

If you want your dirty floor to get cleaned at your home, or the end of the tenancy, you can avail residential and end of lease cleaning services from Perfectclean. Apart from this, you can consider these common floor cleaning mistakes and fix them.

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What Is The Best Way To Clean A Bathroom?

Considering what we put them through each day, our bathrooms, deserve special cleaning attention. A bathroom is the part of the house which gets filthy frequently.
Scrubbing the sinks, showers, tubs and toilets makes bathroom cleaning a mighty chore to do. It is one of the busiest places in our house.
Along with your family members, all the guests also visit it. In spite of various efforts, it feels after every clean up that your bathroom is not dirt free.
Many people can still deal with house cleaning but when it comes to bathroom cleaning, they don’t want to do it. Some people find it difficult while others feel it’s gross. However, it is one spot which is dirtiest in a house.

If you are cleaning at the end of the lease, your landlords and estate agents specifically check the bathroom and charge extra money if they find any flaws. To ensure your bond money, it becomes essential to clean the bathroom with extra care. In this case, expert cleaners have the best solution.

However, if you clean your bathroom regularly, it will not get as dirty as it gets usually. Clean your bathrooms fast and efficiently by using these super effective tactics.

Sorting Clothes

Pick up all of the dirty clothes and put it in a laundry bag. These dirty clothes can add a lot to make the bathroom look grubby.
Having soiled clothes in the bathroom is normal. But one good tip to clean your bathroom faster is to pick up all these clothes and put it in a laundry bag. Don’t try to bother about folding or unfolding the pant legs or socks. Just throw it in the laundry basket.
This will make the bathroom appear nice and tidy instantaneously.

Toilet

Always start with the toilets, clean the front, top, bases, cover, in and around the seat where most of the dirt collects. Wipe the floor and behind the toilet as well. Place liquid bowl cleaner in the bowl and let it sit overnight. It will kill the germs and will remove the odour.
A good bowl brush is a must. Never forget to use a disinfecting spray cleaner. Spray it on the toilet, floor seat and lid.

Sinks

Sinks get dirty very fast. Hence it is essential to clean the sink on a regular basis. From toothpaste dribbles to hair and skin products, it becomes a daily bearer or dirt and grime. Though, regular cleaning will make it sparkling again. To clean the sink use an all-purpose bathroom cleaner as it will remove light soil and film.
However, for hard deposits, using soft scrub cleaners will be better. To remove the toothpaste dribbles, you can use cleaners having bleach qualities. Here using homemade products will make your bathroom shine without having to use any harsh chemicals.

Mirrors

Mirrors become filthy because of the constant use of water daily. They should be streak free. Water makes the mirror translucent due to which after some time you have to change and buy a new one.
It’s better to take precaution and develop the habit of wiping off the mirror after every wash or at least per day. Use a glass cleaner for mirrors. If it doesn’t work, then you can try a home-made solution made up of water and vinegar.

Towels

Take a look at the towels too. Fold them and keep in one place, maybe on a separate counter for maintaining them. Take special care of the wet towels. They can spread a lot of bacteria.
Clean the counter also regularly. Keeping sheets at a particular place will make the bathroom look a lot better.

Sweep or mop

Do not forget to sweep the floor. There is usually water on the floor, and if you don’t wipe it off, your kids or in fact anyone can fall off.
Hence it becomes necessary to sweep down the floor of the bathroom. Wiping doesn’t take much time and will make the bathroom look fresh and new. Pay attention to the main traffic area when you wipe. Make sure there is no water on the floor or anywhere in the bathroom.
Clean the fixtures too- all the lights, towel racks, shower curtain rod.

Gather all the trash

Your bathroom is going to look messy if the trash can is flowing or crumpled tissues are everywhere. Remember to clear the trash can and remove all the garbage from there every day.
Keeping the tissues and other filth in the bathroom is very unhygienic and can spread germs in the surroundings. So invest in a well-covered trash can for the bathroom. In this way even if the trash can gets full of garbage it will not appear dirty.

Have your cleaning supplies ready

The best method to make sure that your bathroom stays clean is to keep all the cleaning products and items ready. You can use any cabinet in the bathroom to keep all that stuff so that all the items are within your reach all the time.
You can make your cleaning kit by adding things such as multipurpose cleaner, toilet brushes and sponges, scrubbers, mops, feather duster, toilet bowl cleaner, broom, dustpan, vacuum, spray glass cleaner etc. Add as many items as per your requirements.

Conclusion

Bathroom cleaning is a tough task. It may take a lot of time too. And getting out that time in the busy schedule is not easy. Therefore, hiring professional cleaners will make your bathroom clean and germ-free. They are affordable and reliable. However, by following these tips, you can achieve a clean bathroom yourself.

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How To Clean Your Kitchen Counters & Keep Them That Way

You’ll be surprised how keeping your counters clear can help eliminate that disorganized and cluttered feeling.
Here are some quick steps to tackle that kitchen counter clutter once and for all.
If you’re thinking you don’t have time for this, it only takes a few minutes to move everything off the counters and about 10 minutes to wipe them down. It’s like most things we put off doing – they take less time than we think they will!

  • Completely clear your counters. Remove everything and place it on your kitchen or dining room table.
  • Mix up your cleaning solution. Mix up drop or two of dish soap in warm, soapy water. Submerge a clean cloth.
  • Clean the counters. Move quickly, wiping the counters, taking care to get the edges and counters. If you have a backsplash, you can use this solution on backsplashes as well.
  • Rinse the cloth as needed and re-dip in the warm, soapy water and keep going until you have wiped your kitchen counters clean. I like to keep a dry cloth with me as I’m cleaning the counters to dry them as I go.
  • Assess and edit. Look at all your counter goods on your table – is there anything that you don’t use daily that can be put in a different place or in a cupboard or cabinet? Is there anything that you can donate or give away? Before you move everything back, take a minute to edit your counters a bit. If you only use your toaster or blender once or twice a week and you have limited counter space maybe it would be better stored elsewhere. A little space on the counters is a good thing – you don’t need to fill it up!
  • Think in zones. Put the remaining items back on your counters and think about zones as you return the items. If you keep baking goods (flour, sugar) on the counter, put them back by where you store your mixer or measuring cups. Put your coffee pot back by the coffee mugs.

Once you’ve returned your items to the counters, resolve to keep them cleared off for a week to see what a difference it makes.

Here’s how I keep our counters clean all week long:

  • After every meal put things back where they belong.
  • Don’t pile dishes on the counters.
  • Empty your sink and dishwasher as soon as you are able.
  • If you’re a mail stacker, sort your mail right away and don’t leave it on the counters.

If you really work at this this whole week, you’ll see how easy it is to keep it up, it’s when you let it go that it becomes a chore and overwhelming!

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How To Wash Cleaning Cloths

We love cleaning with washable cleaning cloths in our home – they’re versatile, economical, and eco-friendly.
Favourite benefit? How well they clean. No lint, no spreading dirt and germs around, and you only need to wipe once and your surface is clean.

But how I clean cleaning cloths?

It’s simple and through this post, I’m going to show you how to wash cleaning cloths. 

Surprisingly, they can all be laundered the same way, just not all together.

First things first, check the care label – these instructions are general and work for most cleaning cloths.

A common misconception with any cleaning cloth that you wash and reuse is that it might not be clean or that you might spread germs around from the cloth as you clean. 

The thing with microfibre is that its micro fibers actually grab the dirt and germs and holds on to them in lieu of spreading them around. 

I think that’s what holds people back from switching from cleaning wipes and paper towels.

Let’s bust open those misconceptions today and talk about how to make sure your cleaning cloths are actually clean before you use them.

Here are a couple basic “rules” for washing cleaning cloths:

  • Microfiber can be rinsed and wrung out as you are using it – don’t just wipe once (unless it’s toilets or something especially germy/dirty). Rinse, wring out, and continue using.
  • Find a place to hold the microfiber while it’s drying and before you have a load to wash. I keep a bucket in my cleaning closet for any cloths that are really wet and then once they are dry or damp I toss dirty microfiber cloths in a wire basket.
    If a cloth is wet I drape it over the side of the bucket until it’s dry and then I place it in the basket. Dusting cloths don’t get mixed into this bucket, this bucket is for bathroom cleaning cloths so there isn’t cross-contamination.
  • Wash microfiber only with other microfiber cloths. If you put other laundry items in the washing machine with your microfiber it turns into a static magnet – just avoid that altogether by washing microfiber all by itself.
  • Wash with an enzyme-based detergent – this is crucial because it breaks down any dirt and grime and ensures that you don’t have anything left lingering in the cloths once they’re clean and dry.
  • Do not use fabric softener – it coats the fibers and can inhibit the cleaning cloths’ effectiveness. I recommend using 1/4 cup white vinegar as a “fabric softener”, it works well with cleaning cloths.
    Don’t worry, no vinegar scent remains!
  • Generally, wash on warm  – most germs and microorganisms are killed at 60 degrees Celsius. I wash my microfiber that needs to be sanitised on hot or sanitise.
  • I wash the microfiber cloths in the basket weekly or when it’s filled up and enough for a load, and then run a sanitize/clean cycle on the washing machine.
    Bonus: clean cloths + a clean washing machine. Not sure how to clean your washing machine? You should be doing it monthly at the least to avoid spreading germs in your clothes, bedding, cleaning cloths, etc.
  • Dry in the dryer on low to medium. Drying the microfiber in the dryer will kill any germs that might remain after washing them.
  • If you don’t like the feel of microfiber, try dampening your cloth slightly first – that will take away that scratchy feeling and get your cloth ready to clean! My microfiber cleaning cloths are soft and smooth and/or soft and fluffy.
  • Microfiber is more eco-friendly for cleaning because you can reuse microfiber cleaning cloths for 300+ uses – think of how many paper towels this eliminates!

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How To Wash Your Car The Right Way

What you will need

  • Car shampoo
  • A sponge or wash mitt
  • A wheel brush
  • 2 large buckets
  • Large microfibre drying towel

Tips and warnings

  • You should generally work from top to bottom on your car, avoiding washing the lower parts twice.
  • Only use a moderate amount of force to scrub the panels, as using too much pressure may scratch your paintwork.
  • Avoid dropping your sponge to the bottom of the bucket, there will be dirt and other contaminants there.
  • Refill your bucket with clean water and new car wash whenever necessary – dirty water doesn’t clean well and excess contaminants may damage the paint.
  • Re-wet the car’s surface regularly while you are cleaning the car to prevent any water stains as it dries.

Step 1.

Try to park your car in the shade when you wash it, or if that’s not possible, then at least ensure that it’s cool to the touch to ensure the dirt doesn’t stick when it drys.

Step 2.

Pour the recommended amount of car wash into one of your buckets, and then fill both of them with water.

Working from the top down, you’ll need to hose or pressure wash your entire car off to thoroughly wet the surface, removing any loose dirt , grime and bird droppings. Make sure you include the wheel arches.

If you have the luxury of a pressure washer, consider a snow foam cannon for this step. Snow foam helps lift the dirt from the paint and blasts away to minimise the risk of scratching during the washing step.

Step 3.

Again, starting from the top and working your way down, dunk your sponge or wash mitt into your car wash and softly glide across the roof of your vehicle to collect the loose dirt and grime. Wash one panel at a time, rinsing each one off as you go.

Step 4.

Try not to scrub too hard as contaminants and grit can get caught in your cleaning product and might scratch your paint. As you wash each section, rinse your mitt or sponge off in the second bucket to ensure your soapy water stays free of any contaminants.

Step 5.

Make sure you keep your car wet as you wash it, and once you’ve cleaned the whole thing, give it a final rinse with a steady stream of water. This allows the water to sheet off the panels, making the drying process easier and quicker.

When you reach the wheels and sills, use a second sponge to make sure the sponge you use for the body work stays as clean as possible.

Step 6.

Finally, using your chamois or sizeable microfibre drying towel, wipe down the all the panels from top to bottom to prevent water spots from forming as it all dries.

Make sure to remove the product label before use to ensure it doesn’t scratch your paint when in use. Wipe in and around your door jambs while you’re at it and finish up with the wheels.

And there you have it – you’ve cleaned your car.

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What is the best way to clean a computer?

Computers are magnets for dust, lint and sticky fingers but to clean a dirty screen and keyboard without causing damage you need to use the right products and techniques.

To do the job you’ll need a lint-free cloth, a gentle cleaning product and a can of compressed air.

The first step is to turn off the computer and disconnect all the power sources, removing any external plug-ins like USBs, and for laptops remove the battery too if possible.

To clean the monitor, dampen one section of a lint-free cloth and gently wipe the screen with the damp part then the dry part. Use the same technique to clean the housing.

The best way to get gunk out from between the keyboard keys is to use compressed air then a cleaning solution of half isopropyl alcohol and half water, applied using cotton buds. You can pry the keys off some keyboards for easier cleaning but not laptops or wireless keyboards.

For Apple Hardware using any type of sprays, solvents or abrasives is not recommended. Instead, gently go over keyboards, trackpads and mouses with a disinfectant wipe, then dry using a clean lint-free cloth.
To use the cotton-bud technique, dampen buds with the disinfectant wipes then use on the keyboard.

Tip: Ensure that the wipes don’t contain bleach and are only damp, not dripping wet. After cleaning, wipe the keyboard with a dry lint-free cloth to remove any residue.

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How To Maintain Your Refrigerator

The refrigerator is one of the most costly items in the home so maintain it well to keep cash in your pocket.

The most essential piece of equipment in the kitchen, make sure your fridge is running efficiently for better food storage and to keep energy costs down.

Give it enough room by allowing at least a 10mm gap at the sides and 20mm behind. If the fridge is in direct sun, install a blind to screen it. Better still, ventilate the fridge space to the roof void or through outside walls.

Clean it inside and out every four to six months, working from the top down and cleaning one shelf or area at a time. Wipe the interior with a mild detergent solution or bicarb soda.

Wash removable shelves in the sink with warm water and detergent, but let glass shelves come to room temperature first to avoid cracks.

Clear the drain hole at the base of the fridge and wipe the door seals, taking care to clear all dirt from the grooves.

Wipe the coils and around the motor every three months as dust can cause the unit to run poorly. Unplug the fridge, pull it out and use the vacuum cleaner’s brush attachment.

Keep it level to make it efficient. Raise or lower the feet or castors using an adjustable wrench, or turn the levelling screws with a shifter. Use a spirit level to ensure that the fridge is balanced.

Check door seals twice a year to keep food fresh and energy costs down. Close the door on a sheet of paper then try to pull the paper out. If there’s little resistance, the seal isn’t working. Coat the flat surface with petroleum jelly, or completely replace a stiff or cracked seal.

Keep the freezer well stocked

A well-stocked freezer isn’t just good news for mealtimes, it also keeps your freezer running at maximum efficiency as there’s less circulating air that has to be cooled. Fill empty spaces with containers of water. They will not only improve your freezer’s performance but also help to keep the contents cold for longer in the event of a power cut.

Choosing a new model

Refrigerators are switched on and running 24 hours a day, all year long. They account for about 20% of the electricity used in the average home, so it definitely pays to make sure they run as efficiently as possible.
When you need to replace your fridge, choose one with the highest energy rating you can afford and look for the energy-saving logo. The most efficient new models can save about two-thirds of the power used by a 10-year-old fridge.

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A Simple Guide To Window Cleaning

Follow these easy steps to cleaning windows using soapy water for sparkling glass every time.

Add sparkle to the house with gleaming windows. Use a spray-on window cleaning product or a bucket of water mixed with a teaspoon of dishwashing liquid.

Dip the scrubbing sponge in the soapy water and wash the glass, working at all angles to get into the edges of the window.

Starting at a top corner, drag the squeegee down the window, keeping the edge in contact with the glass.

Use a soft lint-free cloth to wipe the squeegee blade dry then start at the top again, overlapping the previous stroke by about 50mm.

Wipe up excess water along the base and around the perimeter of the window as you work your way along the glass.

After cleaning glass with water and a squeegee, use a microfibre cloth for a completely streak-free finish.

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How To Maintain Your Stove And Kitchen Hood

Keep your stove and kitchen hood clean to ensure they work at maximum efficiency.

To maintain your stove and kitchen hood, regular cleaning is the key. Simple checks will also ensure that your stovetop and kitchen hood are working as efficiently as possible.

Protect cooktops made from glass or ceramic which are easily damaged. Avoid abrasive cleaners and use only smooth-bottomed pans that won’t scratch the surface.

Never store heavy items like pans or canned food in the cupboards above the cooktop. If they fall or you drop them, they’ll damage the surface.

Look under the kitchen hood once a month and wash the grease filter in the top rack of the dishwasher or by hand. Soak fabric filters in a degreasing agent then soapy water. Some recirculating kitchen hood have filters that can’t be cleaned, so consult the manual first.

A noisy fan may be clogged. While the filter is off wipe inside, including the fan blades if you can get to them, using a general cleaner. Depending on the type, the filter may need to be changed every six months.

Wipe up spilled food promptly with a soft cloth. If food does burn onto the surface of the stove, spray it with a 50/50 mix of dishwashing liquid and water, then let it soak for a few minutes before wiping it clean.

Clean burners of caked-on food by allowing it to cool then wiping off as much as you can before turning the heat to high to let the spill burn off.

Check gas burners if the flame is orange rather than blue. Wait until the stovetop is cool, then remove the burners, soak them in soapy water and give them a good scrub. Clean the individual gas jets with a paperclip or darning needle. Use fine wire to clean the tiny holes where the pipe from the pilot light connects to the burner.
If you live by the sea, orange flames can be caused by salt in the air.

Clean Stoves Are More Efficient!

Clean stoves transfer heat better and are more energy efficient than dirty ones.
Take the opportunity to clean the drip pan underneath the stove element or gas burner while it is removed for cleaning or repair.

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