It is a thick layer of minerals that have build up inside my bathtub for years
I have a bathroom counter that I want to epoxy paint to match my red and black theme. I’m not sure where to begin. I’ve watched several YouTube videos and did res... 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
We are wanting to redo this bath, it is a front bath it needs a update and I am looking for ideas. we are thinking of taking out the tub entirely. We are going to b... See more
I just bought my first house & one of the bathrooms has beige walls, toilet & shower with a sea-foam green lino floor - how the hell do I make this better with little... See more
What to use to clean my stain bathtub?
the Toilet bowl ring is difficult to permanently remove. Any ideas on what to use to permanently remove this
Our shower stall was installed 9 years ago and has a 4' bar across the back. No one seems to know who manufactured it and we were not given paperwork when the house ... See more
Clean mold around top sides of a built in shower tub/shower
Our bathroom shower rod won't stay on the new tiled walls of the bathtub. I really don't want to drill holes into the tile. Any suggestions?
Inside the toilet bowl there is a ring stain and no matter how I scrub can't seem to remove the stain. I have tried comet, bleach, pine sol and other toilet bowl clea... See more
- soak it in what?
Unfamiliar with this type of sink ! Has dull finish and green spots on it. What type of cleaning product should I use?
I'm talking about where the new water comes in. It brown around the under rim where all the little holes are.
We are redoing a bathroom and it has pink tile and some cracks in the time and I was trying to see what I can use to cover up the tile because I don't want to have to... See more
The unreachable area that carries overflow water through the small hole in the bathroom sink is full of something that resembles black mold. Use a long swab and you ... See more