Whether you order a fridge filter from Maytag, Whirlpool, GE or Tier1, you will undoubtedly see some note on the filter box or packaging instructing you to replace it once about every six months.
Of course, the six months is just a guideline that can be adjusted based on your ‘water quality and usage.’
Water usage is fairly easy to wrap your head around. If you have a larger family or household, you’ll use more water, which will naturally decrease the lifespan of your fridge filter. Water quality, on the other hand is a bit more complex of a variable. Read More
Looking at the name of our store, you could assume that we are in the refrigerator water filters business. Your assumption would be both right AND wrong.
While we do offer one of the largest online selections of refrigerator filters, we are happy to offer so much more, ensuring you have clean drinking water (and clean air) in nearly every room of your home and in the faraway destinations you may travel.
To celebrate this week’s distinction as Drinking Water Week, see how we help ensure you have the cleanest drinking water everywhere – not just from your fridge. Read More
Bread, cookies and bacon.
The smells and odors coming from your kitchen should be pleasant and comforting.
Rotten meat, stale garlic and fish.
If your refrigerator smells like any of the less than pleasant smelling foods above, you can bake all the cookies you want but your kitchen is still going to emit a rotten odor. And when it comes to rotten refrigerator odor, there’s only so much one can take.
What’s ironic is that sometimes, the healthier food you cook, the more unpleasant smells can emit. Food like broccoli, cauliflower and the aforementioned fish are staples of a healthy plate, but can generate such strong and unpleasant smells that you may find yourself retreating back into a world filled with nothing but cookies and bacon. Read More