Keep your rental clean this summer

Cleaning Heat Pump and Air Conditioning Filters

Humidifier, heat pump and air-conditioning filters need regular cleaning to reduce the buildup of soot, dirt, dust and other particles. Cleaning your filters with DYC white vinegar and water will also help to prevent bacterial build-up. Always check your manufacturer’s instructions, before attempting to clean filters.

What you need:
• Water
• DYC White Vinegar

1. Remove air conditioning filters from your air conditioner.
2. Soak in equal parts of warm water and DYC white vinegar for 60 minutes.
3. Brush o any dust or mold spores.
4. Remove from the water and allow to dry before replacing them in your air conditioner.


Try this inexpensive and effective oven cleaner that won’t make your nose hairs curl!

What you need:
• 1 Cup Baking Soda
• 1/4 Cup Water
• 1/2 Cup DYC White Vinegar

1. In a large bowl, make a paste by mixing 1 cup of baking soda with 1/4 cup water and slowly adding 1/2 cup DYC White Vinegar.
2. Use a spatula or rubber scraper to spread the mixture thickly over cold oven surfaces to be cleaned. Do not use on self cleaning panels.
3. Pour boiling water into an ovenproof dish sitting on the oven shelf. Close the oven door.
4. Turn the oven to 100 degrees C and leave for 45 minutes.
5. Turn the oven off.
6. Carefully remove the water dish and discard.
7. Scrape off the dried mixture using a plastic scraper or scouring pad then remove with a burhs and shovel.
8. Use a scourer to clean off any residual grime.
9. Wipe with a clean cloth until there is no white residue. You can wipe with DYC multipurpose cleaner. DYC multipurpose cleaner can also be used with a scouring pad to clean oven racks and trays.