'They don’t make things like they used to' goes the old adage - but is there any truth in it? We sit down with the owners of a fridge from the 50s and vintage appliance expert to find out whether our modern appliances are still built to last
Which? tests reveal the most energy-hungry appliances that will increase your energy bills. Use our running cost tools to discover the real lifetime cost of your next purchase and find yourself an energy-efficient appliance to save you money.
We've tested 17 new showers from Mira, Redring, Triton and more, finding four new Best Buys, some for less than £100, outdoing showers three and four times the price.
An efficient appliance can help avoid unexpected bills after you buy – use our energy running cost tools to discover the real lifetime cost of your next purchase
Cleaning expert Dr Primrose Freestone explains the science behind popular online, Tiktok and Which? member submitted cleaning hacks - from dishwasher tablets in your washing machine to bi-carb on clothing stains.
All of Miele's new £1000+ G7 range of dishwashers come with AutoDos, the 'world’s first automatic dispensing system'. We tested the Miele PowerDisk detergent, comparing it with Fairy Platinum Plus tablets to see how it compares.
Fancy a Vegan Royale, Plant-Based Whopper or McPlant Burger with those fries? We round up the vegan options Burger King, McDonalds, KFC and more to see how they measure up on price, ingredients and availability.
When doing your weekly washing and tumble drying you probably aren't thinking about it costing money, each and every load you do. But all the energy and detergent used adds up to around £160 a year. Making small changes can reduce these costs and turn into big savings down the line, saving you around £100 per year.
With tips on how to deep clean your dishwasher and how to prevent fruit flies, the Which? experts round up the best ways to keep your kitchen fresh and clean this summer.
Manufacturers will now have to make spare parts available for washing machines, washer-dryers, dishwashers, refrigerators and TVs the first time. Repairs also need to be done using common everyday tools. But Which? are asking for the government to go further.