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Unplug your laptop before going to bed | Let hot food cool down before placing it in the refrigerator | De-ice the freezer regularly | Replace conventional bulbs with Compact Fluorescent Light (CFL) bulbs were possible | Use distilled water in steam irons | Do NOT iron on soaking wet clothes | Do not leave the iron on if you are not using it at that time | Keep your kettle’s element clean of chlorine build up, by boiling vinegar diluted in water atleast once a month | Consider buying a stove with a convection oven | Use cooking utensils with flat bottoms and tight covers | Never use the stove or hot plate as heaters | Ensure that your thermostat is set to no more than 55 Degrees Celsius | Electric heaters that are controlled by thermostats are more energy efficient | Only heat rooms that are occupied | Soak your clothes first | Use the proper setting for the type of clothes you’re washing | If they are delicate or knit, use the setting offered rather than the “regular” setting. This will use less energy and the clothes will last longer | Locate your washing machine as close to the water tank as possible. The shorter distance, the less amount of heat loss in the pipes | Don’t put in more laundry detergent than you need | A front loader washing machine uses less water and cost less to operate

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