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Has anyone ever used this company before, or know of anyone who has used it? Does it work, and hold up well? Anyone in the Katy/Houston area in particular? Any and all comments would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
I'm looking for a way to store my toilet plunger and toilet brush in a more sanitary manner. I was wondering if anyone has an idea or two for a liquid 'storage' solution (like the stuff
they use in barbershops to keep the combs sanitized). My plunger is 100% hard rubber, so I need something that won't eat away at it. Right now, I just use a small bathroom trash can. It's great for keeping the floor dry, but the ick-factor is up there. I also have cats, so I'd prefer something that is pet-friendly (their litter box is in the bathroom). Thanks!
i want to "update" my 1960's pink bathroom. At this point I am not sure what colors to use to redo. The pink tile still is nice, the floor needs replacing and maybe a few other things. What colors??? Since it us a small anthropomorphic.
Question, where does a person seek monies to restructure and build a bathroom for an autistic man (35yrs old) that needs industrial strength walls and flooring? He has ruined four
bathrooms in 14 yrs. in desperate need again. Smell is importable and facilities are wearing down again. Didn't know where to ask. Thank you for any guidance you may have to give. He is the son of a Vietnam veteran who is (78yrs old). Funds are tight.
we moved into a home that one of the bathroom sinks will drain very slowly, we can plunge it until the water is all gone but this happens to be the bathroom that guest use. We have taken
the pipes apart under the sink and nothing clogged there. I have tried to use a snake in the pipes in the wall but there is a turn and my snake will not make it. Can you give me a suggestion. I have even went as far a plunging drano thru the pipe and that didn't help