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
I recently obtained 4 wooden wine crates, each which had a big white label stuck to the end. I was able remove the label but it left sticky residue over the entire e... See more
I'm looking for a DIY solution that won't hurt the acrylic glass. Thank you!
I purchased a huge bag of baking soda for cleaning. It has become a rock. How do I soften it so I can use up the bag?
Do you like it? Do you not like it? Do you have an ecological alternative? Is it the best thing since sliced bread, or could you live without it?
I have bathroom floors with white mosaic-like tiles and the groupe is stained probably from rubber backings. Grout cleaners won’t like Magic brand do not clean the ... See more
We were gone overnight and in two days - this grew in our shower. It is coming from behind the wall. What is it and what do we do?
I have cats which means I have litter boxes. Usually every spring I clean them with the power washer, what a mess. Any suggestions for helping me clean them without p... See more
When people sit at the breakfast bar their shoes scuff the drywall and I am constantly scrubbing it until I have scrubbed the paint right off. Any suggestions that w... See more
I have tried sea salt and a potato, a scrub brush, and scotchbrite. I also need to know the best oil to season it with. Thanks
I have used windex, glass plus, vinegar/water and non alcohol cleaners and still get streaks. I’ve even tried rubbing them out with micro fiber cloth.
What cleaner do you use to clean hair brushes and combs?
I need to have them completely clean and clear, without any residue left at all - as these are for objects in a professional office setting for my sister. They are mo... See more
It's ten years old and has a few spots.
I have tried all the Pentrest suggestions and nothing is working.
My shower glass and tervis tumblers have hard water spots and stains. What is the best way to get rid of them?
I tried 2 store products, but can't seem to make the front of my stainless refrigerator look good. Any recommendations?