Do you have a stubborn water stain on some drywall? Before you whip out the paint, try this tip: mix a solution of 10% bleach to water, dab the stain lightly with a... See more
We just moved to San Antonio and we were blessed with a wonderful apartment, but the upgrades are still going on throughout the complex. We on the other hand have a t... See more
I followed the advice of so many hometalkers and made outdoor curtains from drop cloth I purchased from Lowes. After several days of rain and damp weather I noticed t... See more
The glass bottom contained water with blue food coloring for decoration purpose. I have tried soaking in Dawn, vinegar, and rubbing alcohol. Any ideas on how to remov... See more
I have 2 pots stuck together. I tried the warming the bottom solution but it does not want to unstuck. If anyone has successfully loosened the pots please let me kn... See more
My son bought a house and the toilet has really bad rust stains under the rim, how do I get them out? Feeling dirty! HELP!
A cat threw up on my tan suede boots which left a spot. How do I clean then without ruining them?
My mom bought these cast iron cookie molds at a flea market and later realized they had some kind of shellac or varnish on them. Is there any way to remove the shella... See more
I believe that my old dog had a few accidents on my wood flooring in the hallway, and every now and then I think I might smell a trace of urine. It has been cleaned m... See more
I wipe off with soap and I use it but then it gets a cloudy look I use just my soap dawn dish water. Help
Hi, My husband is a construction worker. Every time he comes back from work, he’s covered with all kinds of dust and dirt like mud, cement etc.. He always walks in ... See more
I have an African Grey parrot and they cannot have bleach or strong smelling chemicals.
I’ve tried three times: first using oil, next solid shortening and finally sausage grease, but still the sticks crumble when I remove them. Does anyone have a sugge... See more
Keep in mind that I stay in South Africa and can use only local products.Or is it better to let a jewelar do the job, specially for the gold and silwer.
So far I’ve just tried water & dish detergent
We have multiple sets of faux wooden blinds on our windows, and they haven’t been really thoroughly cleaned for a good while. Rather than cleaning them slat-by-sla... See more