I'm sure anyone with men/boys in the home have faced this issue and outside of painting a bulls eye in the toilette, what's the best way to keep the surrounding area ... See more
Thank you to all who helped me with my "orange peel" living room walls- they came out great! Onto my bathroom disaster. Love the floor, I painted behind the toilet bl... See more
This carpet and mustard color has to go!! I am planning on ripping out the carpet (yes carpet in a bathroom), vanity that is 63" long with one sink, and replacing the... See more
I found some beautiful tumbled marble 2x2 tiles for my shower floor. Can marble be used for shower floors? Some people say yes as long as it's sealed well, others... See more
I started this project over a year ago and don't know how to finish it.Any suggestion is welcome.Thanks for helpings
Replacing old with new how long should it take and how easy is it really for a rookie
Help i have heard that Ginger or Coke helps but need some easy ideas for a Senior??
I use a non-scratch cleaner but it does not remove the "shadow" at the water line. Is there a solution that will make my tub sparkle all over as it did when new?
Clean an old bathtub from 1930’s I’ve used bleach, comet cleanser it’s still not clean any ideas
Our house was built in 1950s and it still has the pink bath tub and small square tiles. I want to make it look modern by removing the bath tub completely, how do i do... See more
I would like to remove the builder's grade mirrors that are affixed or glued to bathrooms walls. How much damage will removal cause the Sheetrock ? If I cannot remove... See more
Rag on a stick But how do I get the paint down there? It is only about 1 inch.