I kept the cat litter box in the bathtub and then one day the plumbing clogged in another bathroom and water got into the tub. Alot of the litter went down the batht... See more
Looking for a new house, really like one, BUT, when we walked in the first thing is an OVERWHELMING smell of cat urine! The house has been on the market for less than... See more
My daughter decided to make popcorn late one night and turned on the wrong burner of the stove (All while not paying attention to what she was doing and talking on th... See more
Hey Everyone! I'm new here and am looking for the best way to care for Natural Stone and Tile in my home. First, for an intense clean, and second for daily upkeep. ... See more
A friend used my copper chief pan for a few weeks and now it won’t come clean. Can anyone help?
My mud room is right when you walk in the door, so everyone kicks their shoes off there, which is what I want, but the smell of feet hits me right when I walk in. Is... See more
The black is due to the mixture of fire and water.
looking for any help to get rid of dog urine off of wooden floors that have darkened the wood from the pee? i have tried several products but none take out the blackn... See more
We rent a log house with interior uneven, wood stained log walls. Vacuuming, wiping with Swiffer dusting clothes have not really helped. Any suggestions? Entire h... See more
I want to paint rusted red wagon. The inside bottom is really bad. What is easy way to remove so I can paint it?
I have two large decretive metal birds in my yard. Over the past year they have lost their glossy shine. I sprayed them with a clear polyethylene spray when they were... See more
I have a homemade toy box and it's been in the basement with dehumidifiers!It still was a bit moldy inside the cracks in the wood. How do I get it out?
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 spilled glue on my rubber floor mat and have tried alcohol, soap, goop and some other things, but nothing took it all away.
I was wondering if the vent pictured can be removed to clean the furnace duct? If so, how do you remove it and is it easy to remove.
I am frustrated with cleaning my bathtub and shower doors. I am limited physically and find it difficult to clean these areas. I am also on a septic system so I hav... See more
We have a ceramic tile backsplash behind our stove. It is very difficult to get the grease splatters off them. Is there a cleaner that will make this easier? Most jus... See more
i have silver plated pieces for many years and they are very tarnished.
I know bleach works but it is very toxic. I am looking for a non toxic shower mold and mildew remover.