Slate steam shower resealing? Help!
Vinyl plank flooring vs pergo (laminate)
I currently have stinky dirty carpeting in my living room and I want to replace it with a durable flooring that can stand up to dogs and kids.
How to remove popcorn ceiling that has been painted?
Does having a paint over a popcorn ceiling change how I'd remove the popcorn ceiling?
Should I Put Wood Floors in My Master Bath??
We are moving to our forever home in 3 weeks. The space is amazing, but needs major updating. I am aiming for a vintage farmhouse style. I am a junker and a reclaimed... See more
Pink Bathroom in Rented Apartment. What to Do?
This is my pink bathroom. The apartment is a rental, so I can't retile. What can I do to hide it or change its color?
Can I paint my gold tone shower door metal?
We are looking to sell our home, built in 1996 when gold tone was hot. Now, we are told that our shower door and faucets are outdated. I hate to spend money on new do... See more
Disaster Shower Job
I recently got taken by a person that was recommended to do a complete shower install. He seemed knowledgable due to the fact that I had never installed a shower from... See more
1960s pink bathroom remodel
Here is the MASTER bathroom of the house we are in process of purchasing, any suggestions on how we can update with the current tiles?
I'm pretty sure you seal it with the same stuff you used originally. It should probably be sealed once or twice a year. That's what I do with my granite counters. Cleaning removes the dirt and grime, but also slowly removes the seal that you put on. This is with any natural stone and even grout around porcelain/ceramic tile. Everything needs to be resealed to make it easier to keep clean. Unfortunately, nothing will prevent the slate from chipping off. That is a property of slate, it does eventually shed scales. Slate looks beautiful, but I don't know why designers push it due to that issue. I guess it's because they don't have to worry about it once it's finished.