Hi folks, I'm living in a ten-year-old house built by my father. There are always some issues with water pipelines. Now the problem is with bathroom pipes and also wi... See more
This unit is over 30 years of buildup on the walls of a acrylic shower surround.
I can't get the water spots off a shower door. Lots of minerals in our water.
The mold keeps coming back no matter what we clean it with and the bathroom is well ventilated
My bathroom is old and need face-lifting
I remember some one writing about it, but can't remember, need some one to tell me about how to clean my bathroom tiles.
Hi, I have never posted & hope I've this correctly! So I have glass shower doors with a beautiful white I guess stained design on it. 1st we all smoke ( I know eeww ... See more
Vinegar, bleach, lemon juice, salt all doesnt work
I'm going to make a new bathroom for my permanent house. What are the considerable things before starting?Any suggestion would be greatly appreciated.
My wet room is divided in half when the shower curtain is closed. I've tried patterned curtains to take the clinical look away, but it was too loud and closed the ro... See more
Best cleaner and item for scrubing [brush ,scrub pad]
My showerhead has several spray holes but the water shoots hard out of a few and normal out of the others. Do I need to just replace it or is there a way to clean it ... See more
the doors an draws are not the best of wood. So I am not sure to go to all that work? I really do not want to spend money to purchase a new one but I am thinking abou... See more
My son is special needs and never makes it in the bowl so every day I am always cleaning the tile and towel but still I need a cleaner and I use vinegar mostly on his... See more
I need to update my vanities, they are particle board and are peeling from the moisture in the bathrooms. Would sanding and painting be an option? What kind of pain... See more
I understand that bullnose is used to make the tile edge look finished and to protect it from chipping, but is there another purpose to have a 3 inch tile next to the... See more