Keeping your Washing Machine Clean

It’s not a job we often think about, but if you have noticed funny smells coming from your washing machine it might be time to give it a little TLC.  Don’t worry it doesn’t have to be hard work, there’s no need to reach for the elbow grease.  Cleaning your washing machine can be easy!

Even though your washing machine may look clean, soap sum, lime scale and bacteria can build up around the drum causing nasty odours.  Giving your machine a deep clean with our Washing Machine Cleaner and Sanitiser, will leave your machine smelling fresh, clean and free from germs as well as helping to prevent the future build up of bacteria and other problems.  Leaving the door open to your machine after a wash is also advised.  It will allow air to circulate inside the drum and help prevent the growth of mould and bacteria.

25 Washing Machine Rubber Seal Wipes

Regularly cleaning the detergent drawer will prevent the build up of soap scum and germs, you should aim to do this at least once a week.  Another area where mould and mildew can build up, is the rubber seal around the door.    Without regular cleaning the mould will seep into the porous rubber and could end up staining it.  To prevent this from happening our Rubber Seal Wipes are impregnated with a special cleaning agent, simply wipe around the seal to clean.

60% of homes in the UK have hard water, this means that although it complies with national water quality regulations making it safe for drinking, it contains dissolved minerals which are not present in soft water.  The hardness of the water will depend on where you live.  So how does hard water and limescale affect washing machines? Heating the water in appliances such as your washing machine causes limescale to accumulate on the heating elements as well as the drum, pipes, seals and hoses.

Limescale on the heating element is bad news.  The limescale acts as an insulator causing the heating element to get much hotter than it should. This can lead to it failing and your washing  machine breaking down.  Limescale on other parts of your machine such as pipes and seals can also cause flooding.  Repairing or replacing a washing machine is not cheap, so you should aim to do what you can to reduce limescale build up.  One thing you can do to help, is to fit a Washing Machine Anti Scale Prevention device.  It fits between the cold water inlet valve and hose and filters the water going into your machine.

Washing Machine Anti Scale Prevention

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Fruit And Veg, Grow Your Own From Kitchen Scraps

Did you know there are a number of fruits and vegetables that you can replant and grow yourself? From your own food waste? That’s right, many fruits and vegetables can be grown from the bits that you normally throw in the bin. Anyone can try this, adults and children alike, no special skills required and little to no cash outlay. With fresh produce being one of the most expensive parts of your weekly grocery shop, why not have a go at growing your own? The growth process may not be quick but growing your own can be very rewarding in the long run.

We have chosen some of our favourites to share with you.

Celery

Try to grow your own celery at home to enjoy. You will need a bowl with a small amount of warm water. Cut off the bottom of your celery stalks and place in the bowl with the base facing down. Place in direct sunlight. Yellow leaves will slowly begin to grow up in the middle and then turn to a dark green. You will need to add more water every couple of days. After approximately one week, you can transfer your celery to a pot of soil (or into the ground in your garden), planting it so that the only thing exposed is the tips of the new growth. Water regularly and watch the growth of your new celery stalks.

Eazifeed Fertiliser 750g

Eazifeed Fertiliser

 

Garlic

Garlic bulbs are easy to grow and are best planted between October & December.  Take one clove from your garlic and plant it in a pot with soil to a depth of about 3cm with the roots facing down in the soil. Keep in direct sunlight either inside or out. Once new shoots are established  you can cut them back allowing a new bulb to grow. You can then harvest your garlic – of course keeping back a clove to replant!

Protection Netting 6m x 2m

Protection Netting

 

Mushrooms

Mushrooms can be difficult to grow yourself but the process is easy to try. When you next have mushrooms, keep the stem and plant in pots of soil with the cut top exposed to the air. Mushrooms like to grow in a warm, moist position. If it works, your stems will grow new tops.

Tomato Plant Feeders - Set of 15

Tomato Plant Feeders

 

Tomatoes

Tomatoes can be easy to grow from seed to produce a generous crop. Save the seeds from your tomatoes and rinse them clean before allowing them to air dry. Plant in small pots with soil, keep at room temperature, keep soil moist and watch for growth. Once a few inches high, you can transplant them outside in a sunny position (ideally in a greenhouse) or in the colder weather, continue to grow them inside in a sunny spot in larger pots. Water daily and if you want to give them a helping hand, treat them to some tomato feed.

Feed for Tomatoes 500ml

Feed for Tomatoes

 

Apples

Not the easiest to grow but worth a shot. Simply save your seeds when you next enjoy a juicy apple. You will need to collect seeds from at least 2 different types of apples.

Allow the seeds to air dry completely, before placing them on a sheet of damp paper towel before covering with another damp paper towel. Place in a plastic bag and seal (or a small plastic box with lid) and place in the fridge.

Check every couple of days to ensure the paper towel stays damp. You will need to leave the seeds in the fridge for approx 8 weeks. When your seeds have sprouted and roots are emerging, very gently plant them into small pots of soil,  covering them with soil and pressing down before watering. Keep the pots moist, at room temperature with some sunlight.

Small leaves should start to appear after a few weeks. Once strong enough, you can plant these outside in a very sunny spot. Remember, apple trees grown from seed can grow as large as 30 feet!! Be careful where you plant them! These trees can also take many years to produce any fruit so this is not a quick option.

 

If you want to give your new plants a bit of extra tender loving care and a chance in life, Betterware have some great gardening products available.

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Your Guide to the Perfect Icing

There are many different and delicious ways to top your cakes, biscuits and other bakes.  The type of icing you use depends on a number of things, including what you are decorating, the look you are trying to achieve and the flavour you want.

Cupcake Carrier (12)

Buttercream Icing is made by mixing icing sugar, butter and vanilla together until pale, it can be spread over a cake to create a “crumb-coat” before covering with fondant or piped into swirls on top of a cupcake.  You can also add colourings and flavour to the mixture for a different look and taste.  The easiest way to achieve the perfect consistency is by using a stand mixer.

Meringue Icing is an American style frosting, usually made from egg whites, caster sugar, butter and vanilla essence.  The egg whites and sugar are placed in a bowl over a pan of simmering water until the sugar has dissolved it is then whisked, preferably with a stand mixer, until it becomes a thick meringue.  The vanilla essence is then added along with chunks of butter a little at a time.  The mixture may appear to break up but will become thicker once you mix it again on full speed.  Meringue icing is a lot less sweet than buttercream icing and is easy to pipe.  This may be the ideal frosting to use if your cupcake or cake has strong flavours

Royal Icing is made from icing sugar beaten with egg whites (or egg white powder) to make a smooth paste.  Traditionally this is used to cover Christmas cakes and wedding cakes.  Royal icing can also be used to decorate cookies and biscuits.  Using a piping bag to pipe around the edges, then adding a little water to “flood” the rest of the biscuit with the icing.  It is made by whisking egg whites lightly in a bowl with a fork.  Gently sift the icing sugar into the bowl and mix until it reaches a smooth consistency and it can hold it’s own shape.  If you are using the icing to cover a cake then add glycerine to stop the icing from drying too hard.

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Ganache is a truly indulgent way to decorate your cakes.  Made by mixing dark chocolate and cream you can either pipe or smother your cakes in this delicious topping.  To make ganache heat the cream in a saucepan, once it starts to boil pour over the broken up chocolate and whisk.  You can also add rum at this stage for a truly delectable taste.  Leave to cool slightly before covering a cake, or leave to thicken if you intend to pipe it.

 

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Another Staple Recipe – The Sponge Cake

Space Silicone Mould- GreenHere’s another recipe for you to try. It’s quick and easy to make this sponge and it tastes great. A recipe to print off and keep in your recipe book for all those last minute bakes required.

Basic Sponge Recipe

This sponge cake recipe is a great for making with the kids and can be used in various cake moulds or cake cases.

Basic Ingredients

  • 110g Margarine
  • 110g Self Raising Flour
  • 110g Caster Sugar
  • 2 Eggs
  • 1 Teaspoon Vanilla Essence
  • 1 Tablespoon Milk

 

6 Cup Silicone Crown MouldMethod
Grease and flour your chosen cake moulds/set out cake cases in a cake tin.

Preheat oven until 180C/Gas Mark 4

Cream the butter and sugar together until light and fluffy.

Add the eggs a little at a time until combined.

Stir in vanilla essence.

Sieve the flour into the mixture and fold in with a large spoon.

Add the milk a little at a time until the mixture is smooth and will drop from a soon.

Fill your cake moulds/cake cases until they are approx half full.

Place into the preheated oven and bake for approx 10 minutes before checking. The cakes will be ready when golden brown and a wooden skewer inserted into the middle comes out clean.

Allow to cool for 10 minutes and then remove and allow to cool fully on a wire rack.

Now for the fun bit,  be creative and decorate your cakes with any icing and treats you have to hand!

Novelty Silicone Cup Cake Cases - Frogs

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The benefits of Juicing

The current guidelines from the World Health Organisation state that you should aim to eat 5 portions of fruit and vegetables a day.  Research has shown that by doing so, you can reduce your risk of serious health problems, such as heart disease, stroke, type 2 diabetes, obesity and even some cancers.

Fruit and vegetables are a great source of vitamins, minerals and fibre and contribute towards a healthy balanced diet.  However even knowing all of this, it can still be a struggle to stick to the 5-a-day mantra.

Juicing can be a great way to up your intake of fruit and veg as well as making you feel great.

Using our new JML Rapido juicer you can make up any or all of these delicious recipes

JML RapidoFor increasing your energy try

140g blackberries, 1 kiwi, 1 pear, 200g pineapple and 10 peppermint leaves (optional)

To boost your immune system try

3 fresh basil leaves, 14 medium carrots, 1/2 lemon, 5 peaches

To improve your complexion

3 apples, 3 celery stalks, 1/2 cucumber, 140g kale, 1 lemon, 1 orange

To lower your cholesterol

1 apple, 1 beetroot, 8 carrots, 2 celery stalk, 90g spinach

Can aid pain relief

2 green apples, 3 carrots, 1/2 cucumber, 15 grapes, 1 green pepper, 60g spinach, 1 tomato

Can reduce inflammation

1 apple, 5 carrots, 1/2 cucumber, 1 thumb ginger root, 1 lemon, 1 pear, 60g spinach

Aid digestion

1 beetroot, 46g red cabbage, 3 carrots, 1/2 lemon, 1 orange, 230g pineapple, 60g spinach

For general well being 

2 carrots, 3 stalks celery, 1/2 cucumber, 80g fresh parsley, 1/2 green pepper, 30g spinach, 3 tomatoes.

 

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Top Gardening Jobs for the Month of May

As the weather improves and temperatures rise, it is easier to get out and enjoy your garden and prepare it for the coming year and there are always jobs that are needing to be done. Here are some of the most important tasks to do in your garden this month.

Mow Lawns Weekly

You will notice that the grass is now growing quickly and requires regular weekly cuts to keep it looking great. Keep your lawn in tip top condition and looking lush with this 100% natural formula lawn tonic. Made from organically based nutrients, regular use promotes root growth for stronger, healthier grass. If that’s not enough, this terrific tonic gives your lawn a consistent colour and a better growth rate, better drought resistance and greater disease resistance. Lovely!

Lawn Tonic 1L

 

Plant Runner Beans

Runner beans are one of the easiest summer crops and planted now they will quickly grow into healthy plants ready to yield lots of yummy pods.

Plant Potatoes

There is nothing quite like your own home grown vegetables and potatoes are so versatile. If you haven’t planted yours yet then get them in now. Place them in a sunny site and ensure you keep crops well watered in dry weather. If you don’t have space in the ground to grow your potatoes, why not try Potato Planter.  Enjoy your own home grown potatoes with this easy to use planter. Simply add your own compost, then seeds or rooting potato.

Potato Planter

Protect from frost

Whilst temperatures may have started to raise, beware of late frosts. Keep young vulnerable plants protected at night when a frost is likely.

Plant hanging baskets

Prepare some beautiful hanging baskets full of wonderful plants which will provide instant stunning colour and interest to your garden. Great for all spaces, be it a large garden to add depth and variety or to brighten up and add natural colour a small paved courtyard garden. Water daily, especially in warm weather.

Long Hanging Planters

If you are looking for an alternative to the traditional hanging basket, take a look at these durable, long hanging planters which are the perfect way to grow strawberries, herbs or flowers. With ten useful slits for a wide variety of lightweight planting options. Easily attachable, you can hang them in any sunny spot.

Keep on top of weeds

You will want to keep on top of weeds this month. Our Long Handled Weeding Tool allows you to easily tackle those stubborn weeds, grass or moss in your garden without bending over or kneeling down. The tough, hardened, steel blade helps you to remove weeds at root level and ensures they never return! Sharp enough to remove the most stubborn of weeds.

Long-Handled Weeding Tool

Or try the Wonder Weeder, made of tough carbon steel, this unusual tool removes well-rooted weeds with minimal surface disturbance.

Wonder Weeder

 

Slugs and Snails

Enjoy growing your own plants and vegetables in the garden? Protect your flowers and crops from slugs and snails! Pick off any snails you see and relocate to an area away from any prize flowers and vegetable plants. Tackle pests eating your precious plants and keep them safe from slugs and snails with the Slug Barrier

Slug Barrier

or the Slug Repellent Copper Tape.

Slug Repellent Copper Tape

 

Both are perfect for  keeping slugs and snails out of pots and away from your plants. Copper reacts with slug slime to make it difficult for them to move, so they’ll avoid it.

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Let the kids have some hands on fun in the kitchen!

At Betterware we love cooking and baking – be it cupcakes, waffles, roast dinners or hearty pies. We love cooking for our families and with our families. So why not let the kids loose in the kitchen for some baking fun. With some simple recipes that are easy to adapt, you can create some great treats with your children or grand children whilst making memories to cherish forever. This week, the Cookie Dough Recipe.

Sealife Cookie Cutters

Cookie Dough Recipe

This simple cookie dough recipe can be adjusted to taste. Simply choose your extra special ingredient and add when prompted – what do you fancy? Chocolate chips, dried fruit, mini marshmallows or even some of your child’s favourite chocolate treats? Be creative and experiment!

Basic Ingredients

225g Margarine

280g Plain Flour

140g Caster Sugar

1 Egg Yolk

A Pinch of Salt

2 Teaspoons Vanilla Essence

50g Of your choice of EXTRA SPECIAL ingredient!

Method

Grease a large baking sheet.

Cream the butter and sugar together until light and fluffy.

Add the egg yolk and mix until combined.

Sieve the flour into the mixture, then add the salt and vanilla essence and mix.

Stir in your EXTRA SPECIAL ingredient and combine until mixture forms a dough.

Lightly flour a surface and roll out your cookie dough to desired thickness.

Choose your cookie cutter and cut out some fun shapes. Once you have cut out your shapes, place them onto your baking sheet.

TIP: Place your shapes into your fridge for at least an hour. This will help them to keep their shape when you come to cook them.

Preheat oven until 190C/Gas Mark 6.

Place the baking sheet with cooled dough shapes into the preheated oven and bake for approx 15 minutes.

Allow to cool and then have some fun decorating with glacé icing and some sprinkles.

Made With Love Cookie Stamp

 

Coming soon: our Basic Sponge recipe – a simple sponge cake recipe you can rely on every time!

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Super Easy Banana Loaf Recipe

Bananas starting to turn black and squishy? Fear not! Try this recipe for a Banana loaf that is really easy and amazingly tasty!
Ingredients

  • 175g Butter
  • 160ml Milk
  • 250g Mashed Bananas
  • 300g Caster Sugar
  • 310g Plain Flour
  • 3 Eggs
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Bicarbonate Of Soda
  • 1 Teaspoon Baking Powder
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Salt
  • 1 Tablespoon Lemon Juice
  • 1 Teaspoon Vanilla Essence

Equipment

 

 

Method

Preheat Oven to Gas Mark 4/ 180°C.

Grease and line 2 cake tins. Alternatively, grease with margarine, then lightly dust with flour, tap off excess.

Place eggs, butter, sugar and vanilla essence into a large mixing bowl and mix until combined with electric mixer.

Sieve all of the dry ingredients into another mixing bowl (TIP: To get more air in to your cake, hold your sieve high above the bowl when sieving your ingredients).

Combine dry ingredients with butter mix.

Slowly add milk, bananas and lemon juice to the mixture whilst beating.

When combined, divide between prepared cake tins.

Cook for 18-20 minutes until cooked – test with a wooden skewer.

Once cooked, allow to cool in tins for 10 minutes, then place on a rack to cool.

Tastes great served warm straight from the oven or when cooled. Why not add some ice cream for a real treat!

Mixture can also be used to make Banana Muffins – simply fill muffin cases 2/3 full and bake.

If you find you are regularly trying to find uses for overripe bananas, in the future, you might want to try one of these banana bags! Simply place your bananas inside this bag in the fridge, making them last almost twice as long.

Or try this TIP: When you buy bananas, when you get them home break them apart and wrap each stem in kitchen foil to keep them fresh for longer.

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Is Your Pet Your Best Friend?

They say Dog is Man’s Best Friend and we as a nation certainly seem to value our relationships with our pets. which is why we are currently expanding our already popular pet product range. Whether your pet is cute and fluffy, or scaly and lives in water, we have some great products to help you look after your special friends.

Channel 4’s Dogs: Their Secret Lives, conducted a survey of over 25,000 dog owners with the findings showing that

44% of people let their beloved dog sleep on their bed with them

Whether you let them sleep on your bed or in their own space, you may find the Pet Bed Deoderiser and Sanitiser useful. 

68% of those surveyed kept a photo their dog

Why not create your own magnetic photos of your pet with this amazing photo paper! Either make fridge magnets for yourself or give them as gifts. 

Dog training is at the forefront of many owners thoughts.

With 1 in 4 dogs never getting off their lead

The Awareness Behaviour Sleeve can help give owners the confidence to let others know their dogs behaviour through a universally recognised traffic light system.

 

 Awareness Behaviour Sleeve

49% of Chihuahua owners describe their dog as their baby

Keep your ‘fur baby’ looking great with the Pet Hair Loop which is brilliant for grooming all pets, large and small. It’s adjustable and double sided, depending on size and fur length.

 

Pet Hair Loop

And keep their nails in tip top condition with the Pet Nail Clippers.


 

Toy dogs are the most likely to whine when left home alone

Be sure to leave them something to do whilst you are out. Endless amounts of fun can be had with our dog rope toy. The tight weave gives extra strength for chewing enthusiasts whilst cleaning and massaging gums at the same time.

As our dogs get older they can need a little extra help with mobility. The Pet Lift Harness is ideal for those pets. This harness will make mobility much easier for both you and your dog. Holds dogs up to a maximum of 30 kilos.

We don’t only hope to cater for Dogs at Betterware. We stock a wide range of products for other pets too.

This small, Fresha Tank, everlasting disc does incredible work – it helps the water in your tank stay clean and odour-free as well as helping to control algae. Works immediately, and is made entirely from environmentally friendly minerals. Also perfect for water troughs and water butts!

JML Cats Meow, Your cat will not be able to resist the urge in trying to catch the moving ‘mouse’. A motorised wand moves in different directions and speeds underneath the yellow canvas mat, giving the impression that a mouse is hiding under there, entertaining your cat for hours on end – and no doubt you in the process!

 

Check out our full range at:  http://www.betterware.co.uk/garden-outdoors/pets

If you want to find out more about the results of the Dogs: Their Secret Lives survey, visit http://dogs.channel4.com/ where you can see the full report by watching on 4OD.

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Reduce your risk of accidents in the home with Betterware

ROSPA (The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents), whose mission is to save lives and reduce injuries,  quotes that,

“In the UK annually, home accidents cause almost 2.7 million A&E department attendances”.

With more accidents happening at home than anywhere else, is important to look at why these accidents happen and what steps we can take to protect our family from such incidences.

Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

With “approximately 50 accidental deaths in the UK annually from CO poisoning and over 1,000 cases of recorded admissions to hospital”, many people suffer unknowingly from CO poisoning, hence why it is often known as the Silent Killer,  which is why early detection is vital.

Carbon Monoxide Detector

For peace of mind whether at home or when travelling, place one of these Carbon Monoxide Detectors near your gas burning appliance for an early warning of any dangerous leaks. If Carbon Monoxide is present the spot on the detector will darken.

Carbon Monoxide is produced when appliances such as gas stoves, fires, heating boilers and gas-powered water heaters are not fully burning their fuel. Carbon monoxide is colourless, tasteless and has no smell, making it difficult to recognise.

Trips and Falls

“Children under the age of 5 and people over 65 are most likely to have an accident at home. Falls are the most common accident with the risk increasing with age”.

Bathroom Safety Handle

This ergonomically designed bathroom safety handle is ideal for those who need a little extra support when entering and exiting the bath or shower. Suited for tiled surfaces or the side of the bath, it grips in seconds and there’s no drilling or fixing required. The special safety lock ensures it’s always fixed securely.

Ruggies

Ruggies grip so rugs don’t slip! They help prevent curled corners, bunches, clips and most importantly, trips and falls. Easy and quick to use, simply press and stick on hard flooring and even carpeting. Tacky grip polymer technology grips the rug, while hundreds of suction pockets grip to the floor.

Walker Caddy

If you find it hard to walk and carry items at the same time, the Walker Caddy can be attached to your walker, letting you safely and easily carry meals and drinks without the fear of falling. Under the lid is a roomy storage basket allowing you to carry a wide variety of personal items including knitting, stationery, crafts etc.

 

Burns and Scolds

“An average of 13 children a day under the age of 4 suffer a severe injury from a burn or scald” making it important to take measures to reduce the risk.

Simple steps to take are:

Always put the cold water in first when running a bath.

Bath Tap Cover

Use the Bath Tap Cover to guard against scalds and bumps at bath time. Our inflatable spout covers fit securely over most single or mixer taps. Accidental burns or knocks will be a thing of the past!

Keep hot drinks out of reach of young children – hot drinks stay hot for a long time and can scold long after being made.

Oven Shelf Silicone Burn Guard - Twin Pack

Use the Oven Shelf Silicone Burn Guard. We pride ourselves on offering you ingenious products that fulfil an everyday need. Our Shelf Guard is no exception and is one of those items that enhance safety in the kitchen at an affordable price. How many times have you burned your arm or hand on the shelf of your oven? Our Shelf Guard can be easily slipped over the outer edge of your oven creating a heat-safe shield that remains cool to the touch even up to temperatures of 300 degrees centigrade. Protect yourself from burns and scalds the easy way.

Poisoning

“Around 25,000 under fives attend A&E departments each year after being accidentally poisoned”.

Remember to always keep our cleaning products and other chemicals locked away to prevent accidental poisoning.

General Home Safety

Some other general accident prevention products you may be interested in:

Plug Socket Protectors

An easy way to help childproof your house is by covering up plug sockets, as they can pose a danger to toddlers and babies. Our plug socket protectors fit securely in the socket and can only be removed with adult hands.

Bed Grab Bar & Safety Support

Designed for use on most divan style beds, this sturdy bed rail offers safety and stability to those who have difficulty getting in and out of bed.

All facts in “Bold” are quoted from ROSPA’s website LINK – www.rospa.com/home-safety/advice/ Visit their website to find more useful advice, tips and statistics.

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