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Recipes for Natural Cleaning Products

When your house calls for cleaning but your cleanser cabinet is bare, there’s no need to run out for more store-bought cleaning products. A search through your kitchen cupboards will turn up plenty of natural cleaning products to keep your house clean without damaging the environment.

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Decorating and Design

The bedroom should be the one place in your home where you can find peace and tranquility. A messy bedroom can quickly turn that relaxed feeling into stress. You should always keep your work out of the bedroom so this can truly be a place to rest. Having a well designed space can help you find...

Interior Remodeling

Ever wonder if you're sitting on a goldmine, literally? Is that old wooden bench or antique chair really worth something, or is it just junk? You might think that only an expert can tell. But there are some tricks of the trade on how to date furniture that even an amateur can use to determine...

Painting

Great painting results depend a great deal on the primer you use -- even when you're applying spray paint to metal surfaces. Metal and wood are the top two substrates on which primers are used, rusty metal in particular.  And corrosion resistance is key.  With Krylon’s new Dual Paint and...

Air Quality

If your home has been damaged by a fire's smoke and soot, don't give up hope.  Depending on the scope of the damage, specially trained professionals can virtually erase the effects of smoke and soot damage from wall coverings and carefully clean window treatments, furniture, and carpeting....

Cleaning

Removing water stains from furniture is easy with toothpaste. Water stains on furniture are the result of moisture trapped under the finish or the wax. To take the bite out of these water stains, simply apply toothpaste to a damp cloth and rub it into the ring. When finished, buff the entire...