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Decks and Patios

Is your wood deck looking winter worn? Laundry detergent can be used for more than just colors or whites. Here is a great outdoor use for your laundry detergent. As the weather gets warmer, you may want to clean all traces of winter from your wood deck. Powdered laundry detergent and hot water...

Bathroom Cleaning

Dealing with a clogged faucet or showerhead? Mineral salts can build up in faucet heads, aerators and showerheads, leading to reduced water flow. The way to correct this problem is to take a plastic baggie full of white vinegar and tie it up around the showerhead or drop your aerators in it....

Deck and Patio Cleaning

Want to remove a summer's worth of dirt from your outdoor furniture?  It's easy with these tips.  For plastic furnishings mix a little dish soap, some borax, and half a cup of peroxide into one gallon of water.  Let the mixture sit for 10 to 15 minutes and use it to scrub all your plastic...

Greasy Garage Rags Are Dangerous

Almost everyone who works in their garage has a pile of greasy, grimy, oily old rags in the corner.  But bad news: it’s a major fire hazard.  Piles of oily rags can spontaneously combust, turning your home into a fireball.

The good news is, there are easy ways to safely dispose of greasy...

Bathroom Showers

Natural stone calls for special care, and you can protect the beauty of your granite and marble countertops, tiles and flooring with solutions from DuPont Stone Care. The line includes products to seal, maintain and enhance natural stone surfaces, preventing the staining and wear that can...