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Bathroom Remodeling

Want a quick tip to keep tile flooring looking like new? Make a solution of white vinegar and water to wash your tile floor. The vinegar cleans and shines the tile floor without leaving streaks.

Plus, vinegar is half the cost of those expensive tile cleaners -- as well as being a safe,...

Basement

Need a way to clean those pesky stains that have been building up over the winter months? CLR Mold & Mildew Stain Remover is tough on stubborn mold and mildew stains, and a perfect product to add to your spring cleaning toolkit. The eco-friendly formula does not contain bleach, and the foam...

Laundry Rooms

Is your dryer's tumbler stained? A stray crayon, forgotten pen, or excess dye from clothing not only stains clothes, but your dryer, as well.  To remove stains on your dryer's tumbler, apply spray cleaner, a mild abrasive, or laundry stain treatment to the affected area of the dryer tumbler  and...

Oven Repair, Maintenance and Troubleshooting Tips

For most families, the kitchen oven can be one of the hardest working appliances in the house. And while most of us love to “set it and forget it”, the truth is that both kitchen range ovens and wall ovens need occasional oven repair or maintenance. According to the experts at Repair...

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...

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...