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Linthicum Heights, MD

Metal rack in Microwave oven.

Hello guys, Microwave oven manufacturers say not to use metal in the oven;however, they have been making more and more ovens that feature a removable metal rack in them. How does this seemingly ordinary metal rack differ from other metal objects inside the microwave? Is it safe to use the metal rack as opposed to running the microwave without the rack? Is there any more/less damage to the magnito with the presence of the rack? Thanks a bunch for any input. Daniel Smith.  (Jul 13, 2011 | post #1)

Electronics

Kitchen Aid Ice Maker

Hello Friend, I need a Kitchen Aid Ice Maker 18" Stainless Steel KUIS18NNXS at affordable prices, Any Idea highly appreciated!! Thanks a lot Daniel Smith  (Jul 7, 2011 | post #1)

Electronics

Hybrid water heater

Hello Friends, I need a hybrid water heater to high quality from top brands at suitable price. Any suggestions highly appreciated!! Hope you will cooperate. Thanks for Advance Daniel Smith  (Jun 30, 2011 | post #1)

Home Improvement

Suggestion for Home Improvement Equipments

Hello Friends, Start by looking around your home to consider the amount of storage space you realistically need. Identify your problem areas and be honest; would a clear-out help free up storage space or is it definitely a matter of having to accommodate more? If it's about accommodating more, look at updating single-functioning pieces of furniture with multi-functional once to provide quick fix solutions. If updating furniture is not an option, then simply decide what items need to be hidden away in order to generate more room. Identify any 'dead' space around your home - obvious places like walls and corners and not so obvious places like half-filled cupboards, single rail wardrobes, space under beds, etc. 1. Hallways 2. Kitchen 3. Bathroom 4. Bedrooms 5. Living Room As the main room of the house, this can get a little messy if items do not have a defined space. Kid's toys can be stored in blanket boxes, wicker boxes and storage pouffes or hidden behind multi-functional screens. Large multi-storage units are available that will house all game consoles, gaming equipment, audio equipment, CD's and DVD's that you have. Whatever storage problems you have, don't be afraid to think outside the box, you may think space is an issue, but there are lots of different storage ideas available and with a little imagination you will be surprised at what you can achieve. Hope more helpful this information. Thanks a lot Daniel Smith .................. ...... http://www.applian cedirect2you.com  (Jun 23, 2011 | post #2)