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EquityLock Protector & Home Improvement Gift Card Giveaway

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Recently, we had some major MAJOR rain fall here in my area and it caused some serious flooding. In the city in which I live, there were over 200 basements that had to be pumped out by the fire department. Thankfully, our basement stayed dry and our sump pump kept up. *whew*. Being that we haven't lived here for very long we were not sure how well things would keep up and thankfully, everything turned out fine. That, however, was not the case with many around here. The water was so powerful and fast-moving that it was actually blowing manhole covers off and the water was shooting out of the manholes like geysers!! I never saw THAT happening but I guess it was pretty bad.
My backyard...under water!
When it comes to insurances, we typically think of major things...houses, cars, boats, etc. Have you ever wondered if there was any type of protection plan that would cover your APPLIANCES? Well, I never hvae thought of that and today, I found out that you can indeed have coverage for your appliances should they need repair or replacement. Here is more information about the EquityLock Protector Plan...

With the EquityLock Protector plan, you'll safeguard up to $50,000 of the value of your property and ensure your six most essential appliances are protected, including:

- washer
- dryer
- refrigerator
- microwave
- dishwasher
- range/oven/cooktop

Each of your appliances will be protected (up to $1,500 per 12-month period) including repair or, if necessary, replacement. 

To explore this company more you can check out this neat blog app that has been created just for this post today! Take a look...

I love this app because it gives you information about actually keeping your home up to snuff, which is great!

So, when it comes to protecting your appliances, you should definitely check out the EquityLock Protector Plan. Remember, it's the little conveniences of life that you would miss the most if they were no longer working properly. :)
Now, one of you has the opportunity to win the following...

• 6 months of EquityLock Protector (usually $79.95 a month, that’s over $470 in total value) FREE
• $15 EquityLock Home Improvement Cash (cash card to use at all good home improvement stores) FREE

Here are your entry options and please remember that NO P.O. Boxes are allowed for shipment of the winner's prize...
a Rafflecopter giveaway
Disclaimer: I received no monetary compensation for this post. I am working in conjunction with EquityLock Protector and they have supplied the materials used in this post. Prize is being provided and shipped by the sponsor. This blog is not responsible for lost, stolen or damaged prizes. All thoughts and opinions are 100% mine.

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16 comments

  1. If your microwave starts to micro-whiff, cook the above mixture regularly to remove odors. Wipe up any food remnants with soapy water and allow to dry. Keeping your microwave clean will extend the life of the appliance.

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  2. Run an empty load in the dishwasher with 2 cups vinegar to clean it out.

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  3. I didn't know the stove flame was suppose to be blue!
    Ashley Sifers

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  4. I loved the tip about cleaning the coils behind your refrigerator.

    Entered the rafflecopter as "Wild orchid"

    Thanks for the chance to win!
    wildorchid985 at gmail dot com

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  5. To run your hot water for three minutes after returning from vacation--had never heard that.

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  6. I like the tip about cleaning the coils behind the refrigerator. I will try to get my hubby to do this. :)

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  7. Cleaning out the burners. I don't do that as often as I should.

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  8. Helpful to know you should run the hot water after you return from vacation

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  9. I liked the tip about removing microwave odors.

    FunkyColdMadena@hotmail.com

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  10. the tip about cleaning the coils behind your refrigerator

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  11. Your stove flame will be blue if its working efficiently.

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  12. i like the one about cleaning the condenser coils behind the refrigerator

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  13. the tip i like the most is to run an empty load in the dishwasher with 2 cups vinegar to clean it out.

    susansmoaks at gmail dot com

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  14. my favorite tip was about using baking soda to clean smells out of microwaves

    natashangt (at) live (dot) com

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  15. I like the tip about a solid blue flame meaning it is in working order

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  16. Hannah DanielsonJuly 12, 2013 at 9:57 PM

    I like the tip about the blue flame meaning that a gas stove is in working order.

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