The water in my community is extremely hard. There are yellow stains in my 1950s porcelain bathtubs. I've been told they are from the hard water. A tub refinishing... 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
I cleaned a client's house today and it had kitty litter on the floor and the dust from the litter seemed to stain the floor. I had to rub the stain several times bef... See more
I don’t smoke, but the smell get into my clothes.
We have a problem removing yellow stains from a white laminate countertop. They appear under the drain board and coffee maker so heat and moisture must be contributin... See more
How to remove hard water stains From a Pyrex measuring cup?
How do I remove stains from a stainless steel sink caused by toilet bowl cleaner?
I burned onions in the bottom of one of my favorite pots. How can I save the pot?
My cat pee in my husband one leather shoe. .I tried Fabrez fabric spray. .didn't work. .tried roll up newspaper in shoe didn't work. .set in sun one day. .didn't work... See more
I think I read somewhere in Hometalk easy ways to clean my necklace which has become tarnished with age
is there a way I can get super glue off a cigarette lighter?
there are stains caused by a water well on the fiberglass tubs in a rental home that my son is renovating. Do any of you know how we can clean them?
I want to restore a Victorian Bird Cage. I believe it is mahogany but not 100% sure. If anyone can offer any help it would be greatly appreciated thanks
I have used pledge, washed with soap and water,nothing is working. I'm too afraid to use any shellack. It's very boring. I wld love a mantle but the brick mantle no... See more
I removed the wall to wall carpet awhile ago, but now my floor is looking dull. what can I use that will bring back the shine and not make the floor slippery.
I’ve tried three times: first using oil, next solid shortening and finally sausage grease, but still the sticks crumble when I remove them. Does anyone have a sugge... See more