I have a lovely villa that I recently refurbished from stern to stem. Finally found colors that work with my taste and one of my accent colors is black... Well, I c... See more
I'm purchasing a home with a one car garage that has 20 years worth of motor oil stains on the concrete floor. How can I clean, paint and seal this floor? Would an ep... See more
Hello, Hometalkers...I have tried in vain to remove the sticky back labels from Yankee candle jars, especially when they are coated over in the metallic finish. I've... 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
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
This started about six months ago and do not know what causes it. Within three days of cleaning it, it starts growing again and eventually covers the toilet under th... See more
We're refinishing the floors in our 1934 farmhouse-- the original hardwoods were hidden underneath carpet in the kitchen, and vinyl in the dining room. They adhered... See more
My son bought a house and the toilet has really bad rust stains under the rim, how do I get them out? Feeling dirty! HELP!
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
After years of use, my son’s clear plastic niteguard has become stained yellow. I got a few parts clean by brushing with baking soda. I haven’t tried bleach or Bo... See more
Take in mind it is 30 yrs. old. We are tryin' to get around to replace the floor and it is in the kitchen, but we have the outdoors we have been workin' on. I have ... See more
We have gutted out the washroom and kitchen, washed and painted all walls, bleached and power washed the basement walls. Still there is an offensive odor that we can... See more
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 have tried almost everything but still cannot get soap scum off
I accidentally spilled an xl black coffee on the rug on the passengers side of my car. I tried vinegar and water, baking soda & dish detergent, even carpet shampoo b... See more
I have poured vinegar down the drain as well as baking soda but the smell keeps coming back?