I have old linoleum floors in my kitchen that lost their luster. They are stained and I have tried everything. Vinegar, bleach, hydrogen peroxide with baking soda. An... See more
I didn’t realize a small Coke bottle had turned over onto my new sisal rug, so much of it had soaked into the rug. I ended up needing a professional rug cleaning, b... See more
I live in a 30+ year old home that has Saltillo tiles in the kitchen. They are stained and needs resealing. We recently tiled the remainder of the house and there is ... See more
We just moved into our new home. We have a male dog (Chihuahua-Terrier) mix, and I can't stop him from urinating inside our home. I have tried Vinegar, baking soda-mi... See more
The finish and shine is worn off the tile on my kitchen floor. The space between my sink and the range on the other side, is small and therefore, gets a lot of wear. ... See more
My aging cat peed repeatedly on my rug in my living room which went undetected for weeks. I've gotten the rug cleaned, but I am unsure of how to rid my hardwood floo... See more
How can I get my old wood floors looking new again
Tile in hallways looks like something with a sharp point hit it causing a dent in tile. Is there anything I can use to fill it in.
The previous owners left me with this mess in my hall bathroom. I cannot afford to replace anything so my only option is repair and no honey to help.
I have used Pro18 floor finish & sealer how can I remove this from a laminate floor . Please help
I’m visiting family and come to discover a sopping wet patch of carpet underneath an object weighing about 8lbs. At first I actually thought he had a leak and that ... See more
I HAVE THIS OUT DOOR TABLE THAT HAS BEEN RESTORED WITH PALLET SLABS ON TOP OF HEAVY PLASTIC ALL GLUED ON AND SANDED SMOOTH I WANT TO PUT LINSEED OIL ON FIRST THEN ... See more
Family dog of 18 years passed away last week. He couldn't get up and pooped (bloody) on carpet. Cleaned as much as I could with hot water, but still a few stains. ... See more
Peel and stick planks - where can I use them? If not, what would be a good alternative if I can't afford the waterproof planks?
I bought home in 2012. Previous owners professionallly washed carpets. I did 6 months later again. Can’t take it no more & it’s lifting in several places across m... See more