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  • Appliances Tips - From ServiceMaster.
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  • Black Glass Ceramic Cooktops - Clean black glasstop frequently. Their dramatic effect requires a little more maintenance.
    (Added: 1-Aug-1999 1506 Hits Rating: 7.10 Votes: 10)
  • Cleaning Your Electric Stove - from Pennsylvania State University. Adobe Acrobat .PDF file Adobe Acrobat .PDF file viewer required!
    (Added: 18-Jul-2001 993 Hits Rating: 6.90 Votes: 10)
  • Cleaning Your Gas Stove - from Pennsylvania State University. Adobe Acrobat .PDF file Adobe Acrobat .PDF file viewer required!
    (Added: 18-Jul-2001 982 Hits Rating: 6.25 Votes: 8)
  • Cleaning Your Refrigerator - from Pennsylvania State University. Adobe Acrobat .PDF file Adobe Acrobat .PDF file viewer required!
    (Added: 18-Jul-2001 1345 Hits Rating: 6.17 Votes: 6)
  • Continuous Clean Oven Care - Interior oven surfaces are coated with a catalyst, or chemical mixture which lowers the temperature at which heat will dissolve food soil.
    (Added: 1-Aug-1999 1223 Hits Rating: 3.33 Votes: 3)
  • Conventional Oven Care - Commercial oven cleaners are helpful if ovens are very soiled, but they should be used with caution. These cleaners can damage surfaces outside and around the oven.
    (Added: 1-Aug-1999 490 Hits Rating: 7.00 Votes: 1)
  • Dryers and Fires - Preventative maintenance tips for dryers and their ducting, all should read.
    (Added: 3-Jul-2000 1713 Hits Rating: 7.86 Votes: 7)
  • Gas and Electric Cooktop Care - Wipe up spills as soon as they occur to avoid cooking on soil. Acid spills can etch the enamel surface.
    (Added: 1-Aug-1999 510 Hits Rating: 7.50 Votes: 2)

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