Our house is 15 yrs old and time to make it new again on a budget. We want flooring that will last but not break the bank? Suggestions please
I have Berber carpet, very old but still good, there are lots of stains from my elderly fur baby, who is having lots of accidents, everything I clean it with seems to... See more
My outdoor deck rug takes forever to dry after it rains. I put an outdoor rug pad under it, but it still takes a long time to dry. Any suggestions would be apprecia... See more
I purchased this cute little electric stove for the basement from an estate sale. I got the slate tiles for free off Kijiji. They were used and needed a lot of TLC ... See more
How do I clean this stone on the floor sorry forgot pic in last post
There’s an orangey-yellow stain on the vinyl flooring of a used camper we just acquired, which had been covered by a throw rug. It’s old and there's no residue to... See more
We purchased a new to us home that is actually 45 years old. The downstairs flooring was replaced with a wood type flooring. They had really old carpet on the stair... See more
Please assist in how to remove spray paint from wood floor
There is so many spots & I've been scrubbing all day & it's not working.
I had these rubber mats on my basemen tile linoleum floor or my treadmill & exercise bike. I just removed them because it was smelled really bad and I found out that ... See more
I used TSP on my tile floors thinking it would get them amazingly clean. Nope. They look worse than before. I think the TSP pulled some color from the darker grout AN... See more
I have a burn mark on my outdoor rug that I am trying to fix. Can anyone recommend a way to fix it without having to buy a new rug?
I live in a male dominated house. I cannot get the urine stains out of the grout around the toilet base.. I have tried cleanser, bleach and hard scrubbing . Looks as ... See more
After removing old carpet and padding from the floor of a fixer upper house we bought, we want to remove stains without sanding right now if possible .
I have linoleum tile in my kitchen. Some of the ends are starting to pop up. What is the best way to get them to stick back down again?
I purchased an older home. The bathroom floor looks like this.See pic below. I'm not sure what the material is. What I do know is that no matter how many times I mop... See more
the color on my kitchen floor tile has scratched off over the years leaving white places in front of the stove, sink and under the table. What kind of tile should I b... See more