I have made so many uses for these, I like the netted ones, I have them in three places now, one in the garage in my storage area that holds all my cleaning things, sprays, attachments,
ect. The next is in the guest room on the back of the bedroom door. This hanger holds all the needs a vistor may need: shampoo, toothpaste, bandaides, playing cards, hair tyes and so on and much more...... and the third is in my office/nana room that holds pens up high and toys down low.
Commented on May 19, 2012
MAYBE I would use in a garage but I dont like the look of clutter and I like a place for
things and things in their place. I wouldnt care for this BEHIND A DOOR - IF there wasnt enough places for something I would go out and buy a vanity, cabinet or something to put what needs putting but NEVER behind a door something like this. I guess to each his own.
I started cleaning each area of floor and walls with a good cleaner and still smells. The walls and floor are cement except the 2 bedrooms that were added and dry walled and painted.
What else can it be. I have had water leaks in the past but those have been fixed. Please any advise I will accept.
Commented on May 12, 2012
you KNOW it deals with your furnace so you need the company to check your furnace from top to
bottom and A to Z -every single working part that moves and can create odor PLUS as suggested your stack which COULD have a leak FROM THE ROOF (DO NOT HAVE THIS IGNORED) - I would be sure either your husband or you are right there watching what is being done and making note of each task. THANK THEM HEAVILY to make them feel that you reallly appreciate what they are doing because in truth you do.
I feel they WILL get to the bottom of this and correct it BUT IFWATER ON BOTTOM OF FURNACE the ((SOURCE)) first has to be found - not just motor changed - SO NO STONE UNTURNED IS THE ANSWER - GOOD LUCK