Fridge, oven, dishwasher, kettle, toaster, mixer, etc. The list of electrical equipment found in a kitchen can be very long! Find out how to make the most of your equipment and avoid an over-the-top energy bill.
This advice applies to any purchase of electrical equipment: read the energy label and choose efficient equipment. It may cost you slightly more to buy but will prove more efficient to use.
Always take the time to read the instructions: using the equipment properly avoids needless consumption.
Today's kitchens have far more equipment in them than thirty years ago. But do we really need all this electrical equipment? Does your pepper mill really need to be electric?
Ask yourself the right questions and banish pointless electrical equipment.
Even if no indicator light is on, some equipment continues to consume electricity, even when it is not in operation. The solution? Always switch it off at the mains.
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