Tuesday, December 9, 2008

Some Home-making Tips

With today's rising cost of living, housewives, like myself, must learn how to economize around the household.  

We need to be careful that we don't waste food; therefore, we should only buy foodstuff that we need and in quantities enough for the number of people in our household.  "Hoarding" is such a waste because you end up discarding food items that have expired.  I'm speaking from experience.  My husband was used to buying perishable or canned food items in large quantities even if he was living alone.  When I got here, I ended up throwing away a lot of expired foodstuff (including canned goods).  I felt guilty about how we waste our stuff here when there are a lot of impoverished people back in the Philippines who cannot even afford one decent meal.

Energy conservation is also a must with the rising cost of water and electricity.  When buying household appliances, it is important to choose those which are energy efficient and durable so that they will last for a long time; hence,  you get your money's worth.

Miele vacuum cleaners are top of the line vacuum cleaners known for their quality, durability and energy efficiency.  The vacuums use high efficiency particulate air (HEPA) filter which is a type of high-efficiency air filter.  Vacuums with HEPA filters can remove at least 99.97% of airborne particles 0.3 micrometers in diameter.  These very minute sized particles are the most difficult to filter.

The vacuums also use large dust bags.  This is a cost and energy-efficient feature because there will be fewer bag changes and less waste.  

With Miele vacuum cleaners, you are assured of quality cleaning while economizing energy around the household.


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