Wolf Gas Ranges, Sub Zero Appliances, Viking Gas Ranges and more…
The cold, hard, honest truth is that when you buy your major kitchen appliances, you’re basically marrying them. You are going to be living with these machines for a good ten to fifteen years, maybe even longer. It is in your best interest to maintain them as they age because having them repaired or replaced puts a strain on your wallet.
When you have spent your fair share on lovely new Viking or Wolf appliances, the last thing you want to see is them falling into disarray. Keep the fridge clean with Lysol and other surface sanitizing disinfectants. Use a metal polish to keep it looking spectacularly shiny. Also, make sure you put in baking soda in the freezer and fridge to prevent it from absorbing odors from food. If the bulbs go out, replace them. Make sure the ice trays don’t get jammed or leak.
Ovens and stovetops need to be thoroughly cleaned. Always clean the burners once they’re cooled off. Scrape away any loose or excess food or sauces. Do the same to the oven. Use a rag to get into the grooves and clean it out. Always be sure the gas isn’t leaking and that the pilot light is working.
When in doubt, or if you are sure something does need fixing, call a repairman.
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