Why Are Clothes Still Soapy After a Wash?

Have you opened up your washer to find the clothes inside sticky or even still soapy? They are still covered with the residue of the washing detergent, but why? Did the rinse cycle not run? Is your washer broken? Maybe. Maybe not. If you are wondering where you should start your investigation, you will want to consider these causes before …

5 Common Reasons Your Refrigerator is No Longer Cooling

As cooling your food is its primary function, a refrigerator that is not cooling anymore is a big problem. Unfortunately, unlike other problems that have one very specific cause, a refrigerator not cooling is a broad problem that can be caused by many different malfunctions. Obviously, the quickest way to repair your refrigerator is to call a professional appliance repair …

What is Causing an Oven to Produce Condensation?

Condensation is produced when warm air meets cold air. It happens when you leave your refrigerator open on hot days, and it can happen if you open your hot oven up on a particularly cold day. Even the act of cooking food will produce some amount of condensation from the steam. You can expect some droplets when baking water-laden items …

Why is Your Dishwasher Leaving Dishes Dirty?

Your dishwasher has the one purpose to take dirty dishes and clean them. When it is working properly, the appliance is pretty good at it too. Certainly, there will be times where it struggles, like removing items like baked-on cheese. However, if you have done a load of dishes can found every single dish still dirty, but the cycle ran, …

4 Ways You Are Hurting Your Washer

A washer seems like a pretty straightforward appliance. You put dirty clothes in, it washes them, and then clean clothes come out. However, your washer, like every appliance, needs to be cared for and used correctly. If you are doing any of the following, you could be causing the need for premature washer repair and replacement. Overloading It sucks having to …

What to Check When a Dishwasher is No Longer Drying Dishes

Are you opening your dishwasher at the end of a cycle to a bunch of still wet dishes? While it is not exactly the worst problem in the world to have, if your dishwasher was previously finishing with dry dishes, this new moisture is certainly a sign of a problem. Typically when this happens, there is a small handful of …

How to Stop a Refrigerator Door From Sweating

Do you have condensation forming on the inside or outside of your refrigerator door? This may not seem like a big deal, and initially it probably isn’t. However, as time passes and you ignore this issue, it is likely to manifest itself in more unpleasant ways. When your refrigerator starts to sweat, it is producing water. That water will not …

Why a Washer is Producing Excess Suds

When you combine any soap with air and water, you will get suds. If you look inside your washer during a wash cycle, you will see that the agitation has turned that once liquid laundry detergent into a nice froth. However, if you notice that they suds are left behind on your clothing or the interior of your washer after …

What Causes an Oven to Overheat?

When it comes to oven problems, in most cases the problem you will run into is that either an oven is not hot enough or there are spots that are hotter than others. However, there is a more rare occasion in which your oven can be getting too hot. This means your food can become overcooked by the time you …

Why Does My Washer Stop Before the Rinse Cycle?

Few things are worse than opening up a washer to find your clothes not only sopping wet but also still covered in soapy suds from the wash cycle. If they were just still soaking wet, a little wringing could fix the immediate issue while you make the repair, but fixing still soap-laden laundry involves a lot more work. So your …