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Who knew your clothes washing machine can create water damage in your home? The cause of the problem comes from the hose that connects to the water system; it can rupture or split. The damage occurs if the hose is left under pressure and it lets loose while no one is home and water flows through the house for hours.

The directional heads of track lighting make it one of the most versatile fixtures that can be used in any room. We see tracks wherever lighting is needed for working at a desk, preparing food or over a workbench, places around a home where illumination is important.

Maybe it seems crazy to clean a washing machine, but the dirt that disappears from your clothes, towels and sheets has to go somewhere, which means grime can build up inside your washing machine over time. Without regular cleaning, the appliance might also harbor leftover detergent, hard-water deposits and mold or mildew around the door or lid. This can leave a residue on laundry or cause items to emerge from the wash with a funky smell.

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New vehicles boast a range of device charging options including DC, AC, USB and wireless. DC, the oldest electrical current, is still used by some radar detectors and car accessories but requires a 12-volt adapter and cable to power most smartphones. AC plugs are the same as a household wall outlet and are commonly used to charge laptops or car camping gadgets.

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Your washer and dryer help you with weekly cleaning, but you’re probably neglecting what’s happening underneath. Cleaning and organization TikTok creator @cleanwithnessa shows just how satisfying moving your appliances and vacuuming up the dusty mess underneath can be.

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