I have the faux marble sheets on the three walls in my bathroom tub area. I can not get the water stains off them so I can polish them so it does not happen again. An... See more
I have tried to St. Bernard-proof our small house for about 11 years. The picture shows Chloe, who passed away about 3 years ago. Brigid is now 2 1/2 years and is not... See more
My little guy is always marking his territory in MY territory. I need a cleaning agent that will take the smell out so that he won't go back to that spot.
I have used vinegar to get the soap scum off and CLR soaked paper towels laid on the glass, but the hard water stains remain. Is there hope or do I have to break down... See more
I have a mirror with a punched tin frame that I can't seem to get the tarnish off of. I've tried baking soda, toothpaste and pre-soaped steel wool. Nothing works.Anyo... See more
A friend used my copper chief pan for a few weeks and now it won’t come clean. Can anyone help?
How in the world do I get into the bowl of the heater to clean it? I see no clips for the screen. Any DIY ideas? Thanks. Ps I have been a hometalker for years..I ... See more
There all canvas. Help there brand new shoes.
So we just purchased a house that has a large ceramic tile shower. The water where we now live is incredibly hard and has left calcium and lime buildup along the show... See more
I have a couple of cast iron pots that had sat outside at my Dad's that I would like to get the rust off/out of and be able to use; any suggestions?
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
How do I clean my antique silver cast iron Dutch oven that has turned black inside?
I burnt tea on a cooking pan. Very hard black and crusty, how do I clean it.
How do I get grease of my pots and pans without scratching them?
Are the $100. to @00 Vacuums any good?
I have tried bleach, and cleanser but stain is resilient.
My granite countertops need to be refinished, how do I do myself or do I need to hire someone? Is it worth the cost? I tried the soda peroxide paste, didn't work.
This shower door has residue buildup in it that is not easy to remove (tried window cleaner).