How do I get my shower tile to shine again. Can I use lemon oil.?????
I hired a recommended person to pour cement. Never was there any talk of watering needed. It has blueish streaks, which feel slimy when wet, ground is unleveled. Did ... See more
A heavy object fell and damaged one piece, a little dent. And 2 pieces of laminated floor has scratches
I have Hard tiles in my house .I want to lay down wooden planks or different tiles from a box . Do I have to break up the old tiles? Can I put wood flooring on cement... See more
I had some scratches from my dogs nails in the cork floor of a home I'm renting. I was able to lightly sand out the scratches, applied clear polyurethane and buffed ... See more
How do I get rid of filmy residue or footprints on prefinished or laminate hardwood? I have tried bono hardwood cleaner. Did not correct problem. I have tried distill... See more
My honey maple floors have a rough surface. If is spot clean, it leaves a "patch" on the floor that shows up from a distance. Cleaners leave streaks. How do I clean... See more
Help! I found this weekend I had a small mist leak coming from the bottom of my dishwasher.This is the nightmare it caused (Pics Below).My homeowners insurance will n... See more
Toilet overflowed we are in clean up mode what the best thing to use to wash the floor that has a disinfectant in it but won’t lift the ceramic floor please reply A... See more
can you tile on top of the old bathroom black and white tiles?? mine areold and dingy .
My new house has ugly mauve kitchen tile. Too expensive to rip out. What can I do to update it?
My son (I love him still!) kept taking the rug out from under his chair when he was playing games. He would replace the rug after the game and the damage went unnotic... See more
I was watching a DIY show on TV and it appears that hardwood floors are relatively easy to install, what do you think?
My son-in-law accidentally bleached the carpet.
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 a kitchen floor from 1980 and some people are telling me it’s tile some are saying lineoleum. I plan on painting it but want to know first so I have the righ... See more
Please can anyone tell me what has caused this in my kitchen ?
Can anyone give an opinion on what caused discoloration in floor?
Is there a broom or type of broom that can adhere to pet hair? I am looking for one that can be used to pick up hair from hardwood floors?