I have two plastic cups stuck together...one small one inside of another and there might be some water in between.
I've tried to use the vacuum with a brush attachment but it was too bulky to use.
We rent and the floors were not cleaned when we moved in, our bathroom floor, the floor by our front door and our kitchen floor is filthy dirty, and i tried everythin... See more
How do you remove store stickers from paper book jackets without destroying the jacket. What do they use on these things, superglue?
I have a frying pan that has built-up grease on the bottom. Tried scrubbing with brillo pan. Also tried a product called "grease poiice". Still have sections that... See more
Hello, Hometalkers...I have tried in vain to remove the sticky back labels from Yankee candle jars, especially when they are coated over in the metallic finish. I've... See more
How do you clean the grout lines in tile flooring?
Had these gel stickers on my painted door over the holidays. When I removed them the dye from the reds and blues had transferred to the door. Have tried alcohol, gu... See more
I have old pans that have rust and baked on grease that I want to keep. So how I clean them up?Also have some antiques with rust. How do I clean those?
i am buying an old printer drawer where type was stored and has ink residual.
My elder mother lives in a senior apartment and the tub is plastic with textured on the bottom. What will work to get rid of the crud that is in the bottom of tub. I ... See more
or Cabbagepatch dolls shoes- rubber? Thank you!
I have a step in shower that is all one piece but the pan on the bottom is very dingy and I can't get it clean! Any ides if I can paint it? I think it's fiberglass or... See more
How's the best way to get out a ring in the toilet that won't budge with Clorox. I've also tried the Coke method with no luck.
I have some beautiful century old doors with lovely door knobs, etc and would like to clean them up and make the doors into a headboard for my bead. How can I clean ... See more
I have some physical limitations, so short of scooching around on the floor, is there another way to clean them?
I tried 2 store products, but can't seem to make the front of my stainless refrigerator look good. Any recommendations?