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Dyson takes on Shark with new flexible cordless vacuums

Dyson takes on Shark with new flexible cordless vacuums

We've tested the re-vamped Dyson V7 and V8 models and look at how they compare to Shark Flexology cordless vacuums.

Five top tips for storing wine at home

Five top tips for storing wine at home

Which? has five top tips for storing your wine at home. Follow our advice to make sure you enjoy your bottles of red and white at their best.

10 things you should never put in your microwave

10 things you should never put in your microwave

We reveal the items that you should avoid heating up in your microwave and why, plus what to do instead

Seven things you need to know when washing workout wear and gym clothes

Seven things you need to know when washing workout wear and gym clothes

The Which? experts come up with their top seven tips for active wear, including knowing how much detergent to use, what temperature to wash at, how to get rid of smelly bacteria build-up and why to avoid fabric conditioners.

When will pubs, restaurants and hairdressers reopen?

When will pubs, restaurants and hairdressers reopen?

Which? explains when pubs, restaurants, hairdressers and cinemas will reopen in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

NutriBullet Blender: the one for super-sized smoothies?

NutriBullet Blender: the one for super-sized smoothies?

Nutribullet's latest blender has a larger jug and more controls than previous versions. We look at how it measures up to rivals from brands such as Sage and Nutri Ninja and try it out to bring you our first impressions.

Why labels won’t protect UK food standards from a US trade deal

Why labels won’t protect UK food standards from a US trade deal

The UK’s world-leading food standards could be compromised under a UK-US trade deal, with shoppers unable to make meaningful choices about what they're buying or eating

Supermarket supply chains laid bare: why empty shelves were only the start

Supermarket supply chains laid bare: why empty shelves were only the start

We all saw empty supermarket shelves when coronavirus first hit, but it is still affecting food supply chains. Find out how, and whether you'll pay more for your groceries.

What’s new in Which? magazine: July 2020

What’s new in Which? magazine: July 2020

If you’re not yet a Which? member, we’re offering a sneak peek at the latest product reviews and investigations that are featured in the latest issue.

Wales and Scotland announce shop reopening dates

Wales and Scotland announce shop reopening dates

Which? explains the current shopping guidelines throughout the UK and how shopping will be different in our new, socially distanced world.

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