5 Idle Home Appliances You Can Skip Buying


There are so many things we fancy keeping at home. Stylish bathroom fittings, elegant furniture, delicate crockery, and modular kitchen; every one wishes to have these luxurious furnishings at home. However, some of these things we spend money on sit unused in a corner of our house covered in layers and layers of dust. Here are five of the appliances you can skip buying and save money on.


  1. Hair Dryer

Many women buy hair dryer as it helps a lot in setting and styling the hair. However, women are also aware that using a hair dryer every day is time consuming and can damage the hair. So instead of using it every day, it is only used when attending parties and special occasions.

  1. Electric Shaver

Thanks to many men’s grooming brands, there are now endless choices of good grooming products in the market. Men buy such products ambitiously for excellent grooming every day—well-styled hair and stubble. However, most of them feel that styling the hair and beard is too tedious that’s why they often opt for clean shaven look for formal occasions, meetings, and even parties.

  1. Hand Blender

While it is among the easiest home appliances to use, a hand blender often lies idle in most household kitchens. Due to practical domestic ideas, very few housewives do creative cooking. In fact, most women prefer mixing ingredients with a spatula over a blender. It is only used when baking cake, which likely happens only twice or three a year.


  1. Vacuum Cleaner

Although it is said to be one of the most useful appliances, vacuum cleaners are often useless in many Singapore homes. Sure, it makes cleaning sofas, carpets, curtains, and hard-to-reach areas easier, but it’s heavy and not that easy to use. Moreover, it takes more effort to clean the appliance after use.

  1. Pop Up Toaster

The sight of sliced breads popping out of a toaster looks fancy. And since movies have them as a quick breakfast solution, many of us also chose to have one at home. Although they are useful, only a few of us have the luxury of time to toast ready-to-eat breads. Most of us who are often in the hurry for work would just grab a sandwich or pick up breakfast while on the way to work. Hence, a pop up toaster stand unused for months in the kitchen cupboard.

Sure, these appliances serve us well at some point, but definitely not all the time. If you want to get a bang for your buck, it would be wiser to buy things that you can use every day or at least on a regular basis.


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