It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas, eh? This is where I should be posting a photo of my beautiful Whirlpool fridge to talk to you about it for my monthly sponsored post. But you will NOT be seeing a picture of my fridge because, although it's beautiful, it's a MESS! I have been so busy with the holiday season and all of this peace on Earth and goodwill that I have been even more lax in my housework duties and, well... it's a DISASTER.
The kids have spilled chocolate syrup and maraschino cherry juice on the shelving. The freezer is full of popsicle wrappers and empty waffle boxes because no one in this house seems to be able to turn around and throw their trash into the garbage can that is DIRECTLY BESIDE THE FRIDGE. The ice tray and water dispenser is actually good. I could post a picture of THAT, because it's all clean and pretty from within the massive amount of paperwork for Christmas outings and karate tests that is magnetized to the freezer door.
So maybe not that, either.
Thankfully, I am reviewing the refrigerator to talk about how it is working out for our family; not because I am a fabulous housekeeper.
So, let's talk!
We have had the Whirlpool side by side refrigerator for 7 months now (ever since our old fridge sputtered and died during a heat wave around Memorial Day...) and I truly have only nice things to say about it. The options for changing temperature, filters, and other settings are absolutely simple to understand. I say this as a person who has been blogging for over 6 years and still can't truly figure out the whole "stumbleupon/tumblr" stuff. (BTW, if you can help me with that stuff? I'd love you forever!). If I can figure out how to update the settings and change the filters on a refrigerator, then anyone can.
The water always tastes fresh and clean and that little dinging alarm for when the door is left open has saved my butt more times than I care to admit!
I'm not in the market for any other major appliances right now, but Whirlpool has proven to me that it is a good quality company and I am willing to stand behind that statement should anyone have any questions about them. So... Any questions?
*Disclaimer: I will be reviewing
this Whirlpool refrigerator for the next year. Though these posts will
be sponsored, all opinions and words will be my own.
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