(Part 2) Top products from r/Appliances

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We found 18 product mentions on r/Appliances. We ranked the 37 resulting products by number of redditors who mentioned them. Here are the products ranked 21-40. You can also go back to the previous section.

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u/3x1x4 · 1 pointr/Appliances

We bought this ozone generator about two years ago and have been very happy with it. Our home is about 2,000sq ft with a fairly open floor plan. A single 2 hour cycle usually eliminates any odors in the home.

Our reason for purchasing one was my girlfriend and I were fairly heavy smokers and wanted to kill the stench when we had non-smokers over, so I'm not sure how much this will help your situation.

For the moisture issue, you may want to look into a dehumidifier. We own this one. It's pretty poorly rated on the Lowe's website, but we're happy with it. It saved us when our ac went out for over a week during the hot humid Missouri summer. We were able to get the humidity inside down to 30%.

You can accuratly monitor your apartments humidity with this cheap home comfort monitor.

Hope this helps!

u/raptorbluez · 2 pointsr/Appliances

I've had dozens of electric heaters over the years and they've all been OK. When I last needed to purchase I spent a bit extra and bought a Delonghi Mica panel heater:


They are terrific. They put out the exact same amount of heat as other heaters, but in addition to heating the air they also provide radiant heat. Sitting in front of one is like sitting in front of a fireplace. They also heat up instantly, unlike oil filled radiators. I was able to significantly reduce my electric bill by pulling the heater close to my knees and running it on the lowest setting. The room stays cool, but I stay toasty. They are supposed to be very safe.

I've since purchased a 2nd one, and at this point wouldn't use anything else.

u/DumpsterDave · 1 pointr/Appliances

Are you comfortable with and capable of working with gas lines? If not, call a plumber or the gas company and let them deal with it. Typically, the gas company will be cheaper than a plumber, but not all gas companies will service in home lines/appliances. Some will provide materials, others will require you to do so. At the very least, I would get a quote or two. Sometimes it's cheaper and easier to let someone else take the liability. If you decide to DIY, head to a big box retailer and get one of these or these. You'll need that at a minimum. If you can remove the gas line from the flare fitting attached to the valve, you should be able to re-use it. The flare fittings themselves are fine to re-use, it's the flexible gas line that you don't want to re-use. If you can't or prefer not to re-use the flare fitting, I would also get a new gas valve as well as the threads on the existing one are likely damaged. The pipe should be 1/2" NPT. Make sure you can turn off the gas either at the meter, or somewhere upstream of the stove before you attempt to remove/replace the valve. You will need either some thread sealant or Teflon tape (not both). Only seal the threads on the NPT to NPT connections.

u/jeepbrahh · 1 pointr/Appliances

Neat. I love learning things like this. And that tray underneath, bone dry lol. Going to order it BUT, do you know if its soldered on or is it a plug n play? Link to it below


u/oneandonlybobjones · 1 pointr/Appliances

I have heard good things about Lemi Shine Dishwasher Additive. Here is a description from the Sears Parts Direct website. "Lemi Shine dishwasher additive (part number WX10X10019) is a concentrated additive that removes hard water buildup. Lemi Shine dishwasher additive WX10X10019 breaks up mineral deposits including calcium, lime and iron. Follow the instructions on the label when using this product." Maybe that would help clean out the internal parts on your dishwasher and make for cleaner dishes. Amazon also sells the Lemi Shine dishwasher additive and it's only around $ 8.79. There are 648 reviews for the Lemi Shine so you could read a few of them and see what people have to say about it.

u/Junkmans1 · 2 pointsr/Appliances

Here you go: http://www.appliancepartspros.com/frigidaire-burner-grate-5303285720-ap2143550.html

Of course you might find that part a little pricy.

This one came up in a search but I'm not sure if it's right: http://www.searspartsdirect.com/part-number/316055800/0022/628.html


If you can find one of those it might be worth ordering one to try.

You can also look for some sort of ring, trivet, or reducer that sits on top of your grates, in between them and your pans. Something like this: https://www.amazon.com/Ilsa-Ring-Reducer-5-Inch-Cast/dp/B0007ZHQ1Y

u/IHeartTurians · 1 pointr/Appliances

Just snap out-snap in. Any coil will work as long as it has the same number of rings. But I got This one works like a charm. You can get a set of all 4 but since I rent I wasn't going to waste the money

u/Not_A_Red_Stapler · 1 pointr/Appliances

Okay, first don't get a hand blender for smoothies. And probably not for sauces either. Do you have a regular blender? If you don't start with that.

If for some reason you really want an electric whisk, look at something like this: https://www.amazon.ca/Kitchen-KHM7210CU-7-Speed-Contour-Silver/dp/B00C0QJY40/ref=sr_1_4?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1538275358&sr=1-4&keywords=kitchenaid+hand+mixer

But if you really, really want a hand blender, definitely get the Braun of those two.

Also realize that immersion blenders can be very dangerous: https://www.nytimes.com/2013/01/16/dining/immersion-blenders-can-be-a-danger-in-disguise.html

I gave mine to Goodwill, because I never used it, and I was worried about a guest accidentally cutting themselves.

u/baconfried · 2 pointsr/Appliances

Had the same problem. Installed an air gap. Due to the location I couldn't get the loop high enough. I bought https://www.amazon.com/Design-House-522946-Dishwasher-Polished/dp/B007CW1B8O/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1473036838&sr=8-2&keywords=dishwasher+air+gap from amazon for $10 and it solved my problem. To get rid of the smell I ran a rinse load with 1/2 cup of bleach.

u/bootes64 · 4 pointsr/Appliances

I would go back to the college and remind them of the ADA. (if your in the US) You need the insulin to survive. Remind them that keeping needles and rx drugs in a common location is a massive health violation, safety issue and just a relllly bad idea.

That being said, you can get a mini USB fridge for a few bucks.

here's a quick amazon search Their designed to hold a 6pack of soda. Should be enough room.