New answers tagged maintenance
Most dishwashers require you to periodically clean out the filter at the bottom, though some more expensive units might have the equivalent of a built in garburator and not require this. You should also remove any debris you notice at the bottom. There are some cleaning tablets you can use on an empty load that will help clean the inside of the dishwasher. ...
Dishwashers are intended for permanent installation and there are no parts behind it that you will need to service. The only things you might want to clean/treat are inside the unit. Best to leave it alone otherwise. If you can't remove it easily, it wasn't meant to be removed by household users.
I can't vouch for the effectiveness of this, but here's a link: http://www.wikihow.com/Get-Rid-of-Moth-Worms When I've had flea infestations in the past, I've bombed the house, putting a spray can in each room and starting them spraying as I leave. Unfortunately, you have to stay out of the house for a couple of days, and the bomb systems I've looked at ...
As a tenant I believe you've already done too much as this should be the land lords problem to rectify and not yours. Notify the landlord verbally and in writing about the on going issue of the infestation in your apartment. Contact your local city / town / government about your landlords responsibilities and your rights as a tenant in this type of a ...
For the heat mode they are ok, for cooling I like the old horse hair reusable types we sprayed with sticky stuff, they filtered better as they got dirty and allowed air to flow for the AC mode.
Top 50 recent answers are included