I only have 1 coat of Homax tough as tile applied. Is it necessary for proper finish and adhesion to do 2nd coat as I have surpassed the 6 hour limit?
We just started to clean the laundry room and when we moved the dryer, we saw that the wall where water line going outside is super moldy. I tried to replace the outd... See more
I hate my faucet! The water trickles down the back of faucet and on back of vanity. If the kids leave it on to long everythjng on my vanity gets wet. Or it has even g... See more
I have an acrylic tub with a crack on bottom which just started leaking. I need a quick fix now to get by. Obviously the new construction install was not level (in 19... See more
What should I look at to determine why it takes an unrealistic amount of time for the domestic water get to either temperature ?
Have an issue with washing machine emptying & causing drain in kitchen to gurgle--can also smell odors. Anyone have any ideas how to fix? Sure need to find solution?
I'm trying to winterize my hot tub and I'm down to the last step and can't get the hoses off to drain and blow out any remaining water. I loosened the clamps and move... See more
Th clog is only a small serving of mashed potatoes which I believe went down the drain before I turned on the garbage disposal.
I rarely use it and it keeps getting stuck. Can pipes be used instead?
I just need to add the filter on it. But I try my best with my limited tools but I can not get it off because it is so tight. Any idea and let me make it off easily. ... See more
It's literally coming down the side and soaking up inside the wall and separating the wall from the floor I live alone I don't have much income and I've already had a... See more
My mom moved into town, and her rental has a shower with seat in the back bedroom area. I purchased a handheld shower attachment for her. I noticed the old one appear... See more
my kitchen sink is block..the water doesn't go down so easy..what can I use?
New toilet has a slight amount of water around the white thing at the bottom. Not sure what the white thing is called. Also the screws that attach the seat to the toi... See more
This is new for us home, but built in 1959. Kitchen sink drains slow but have not heard burps.
I'm trying to make a product to work on a septic tank.
I'm new to Florida and notice that the only time the hot water gets really hot is when the AC is on. I'm from Illinois and don't understand this. Is there a reason f... See more
Calling all porcelain repair experts! I love my vintage 1960's porcelain bathroom sink (photo #1) - original toilet matches it. At some point in time I must ha... See more