We've promoted some huge discounts and deals on kitchens and kitchenware products in the past. Here are a few of the very best:
How to use a Discount Code
Need to buy a new fridge freezer but don't want to be left penniless? Voucher codes are a great way keeping the pounds in your wallet and are very easy to use. Read through this quick guide and find out just how easy:
Start by looking through this category for the voucher code that you would like to use and click on it to reveal the code. Highlight the code, right click and copy it ready for use later on. Always read through the terms and conditions so you are aware of any restrictions on use. Click through to the merchants store page and shop as you normally would before going to the checkout. Search for the voucher redemption box and paste the code in and apply.
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Should I get a gas or electric oven?
It all depends on what you wan't from your oven. The advantages of a gas oven is that you get instant heat, cutting down on cooking times. Gas is also cheaper than electricity, bringing the cost down on your bills. Electric ovens are generally easier to clean, with flat hobs you can just wipe over. You also tend to get more control over the temperature with an electric oven.
What do the fridge energy labels mean?
They tell you how energy efficient your appliance is, with the scale being from the G which is very inefficient, to A+++ which is very efficient. Retailers are now longer able to stock anything lower than an A+ efficiency rating.