I tried everything, hands sanitizer, hairspray, bleach, rubbing alcohol, magic eraser, vinegar and baking soda, dawn soap. WHAT DO I DO? We are also selling the house... See more
I collect copper kitchenware. Various sizes and shapes. How do I clean the dirt and tarnish from these pieces?
Any ideas how to remove stain before I buy a new one! Thank you
and keeping cats out.
I enjoy adding essential oils to my bath water but my favorite, patchouli, left stains I can't get out! Help!
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
Our shower has a concrete floor and we have hard water. The concrete is stained brown but is turning white. I've tried multiple concoctions to clean but nothing works... See more
I recently acquired a dozen glass blocks from my old high school demolition. How do I remove the -very hard and thick- grout/concrete that is on all of them. Is there... See more
Hi. I have a cupcake baking pan that belonged to my Great Grandmother. It has been used thru the years. I had not used it in a while and it's looking pretty nasty. I ... See more
Found several objects in our wet basement wrapped in old newspapers. Could be silver- don’t know. How do I clean them when they are a mystery?
I got into the car with my daughter this evening to go to the store and she said 'mom, you smell like old people'. I had showered 4 hours earlier and just brushed my... See more
Left pot on stove too long and now it looks like it is discolored
Old beige wall to wall carpet. Really dirty,grease nasty.Is there a good cleaner for this. Price is important.. but best and easiest is the thing.
I can get the smell out of the jar, I really meant to say the lid
I spend a lot of time working with nail polish on my projects. I do them in my kitchen since I need a lot of space. I turn on the stove fan, the bathroom fan and open... See more