November 10, 2015 | Washing Machines |
I’m going to put this out there; you’re not alone with having a smelly washing machine. In fact unpleasant smells coming from the washing machine is becoming a common problem faced by many – even more so, as more of us begin to wash our laundry at 40⁰C (or lower).
Whilst washing at lower temperatures is a great way for us all to do our bit for the environment and save a few pounds when we do our laundry, lower temperature washes are having a detrimental impact on our appliances, as mould and bacteria isn’t being killed off during the washing process.Read more
March 9, 2015 | DIY & Home Improvement |
With spring here, it’s time for us to consider spring cleaning. But before we pull out our arsenal of cleaning products from the cupboard, we need to decide what our overall aim of the annual spring clean is, is it to clean or declutter?
Whatever your goal, achieving it needn’t be hard work – if you have a plan of action.Read more
October 21, 2014 | Appliances and Appliance Care  |  DIY & Home Improvement |
As we join in the celebrations that are National Fix It Week, at BuySpares we thought it would be nice to collate some of our wisdom, experience and advice from over the years to help you fix your household appliances, and as a result we’ve collared our resident engineer to provide us with a rundown of his top 8 BuySpares videos.Read more
January 22, 2012 | Washing Machines |
A smelly washing machine is usually caused by bacteria building up somewhere inside it. This is an unfortunate side-effect of us becoming more environmentally conscious; washing our clothes at a lower temperature and using non-biological powders is much better for the environment, but unfortunately isn’t as effective at killing bacteria.