Removing stains can be one of the more challenging parts of doing laundry, but having a basic understanding of the removal tricks, as well as the correct removal products will make the job much easier. Here’s how to DIY the perfect stain station — plus a cheat sheet for tackling the toughest of stains.
Smooth, soft sheets can mean the difference between a peaceful night’s sleep and rolling around like a pinball for eight hours. But buying sheets can be confusing. More precisely, thread count can be confusing. Just what is thread count and why does it matter? Where’s the sweet spot when it comes to bedding that feels luxurious but doesn’t cost a fortune?
We’ve got the answers to those questions and more.Read Story
The market is full of washer and dryer choices. What difference do the various options really make? Which is best for you? We’re here to help you figure out which laundry system best suits your needs.
On any given day, Rent-A-Center employees are expected to be skilled operators, great communicators, customer advocates, and more. But sometimes, circumstances arise in which no amount of training could prepare them for what to do next. In such situations, they are called on to make decisions above and beyond what’s covered in the employee handbook, and there is no better example than Taijuan Littleton, a 12-year RAC veteran and store manager in training in Buffalo, New York.Read Story
Are you a grilled cheese connoisseur? Whether you prefer something fairly classic or are looking to add a bold new burst of flavor to your cheese and bread, here are three of the best grilled cheese sandwich ideas out there.
Itemizing has the potential to make a big difference on your income taxes. Itemizing refers to listing certain tax deductions as their own line items, rather than opting for a standard deduction on your tax return. There are scenarios where this extra step can be worth the pain. And though you may have already filed this year, here are the three things you need to know about how tax deductions can impact your tax refund next year.