We all get clogged drains, and they all have to be unclogged. Before you call a plumber read some easy and simple solutions to getting your drains unclogged, and how to prevent it from happening often
Includes tips on how to clean your copper bath. It allows tells you how to remove mineral deposits and what products to avoid using.
You only need a few simple ingredients to make a homemade toilet bowl cleaner that cleans and disinfects just as well as harsh chemical cleaners.
Need to know how to clear a clogged shower drain? Here are the best 8 methods to try. Unclogging a shower drain yourself can save you money.
Learn to harness the secret power of vinegar to remove limescale around the home. The hard water deposits can be effortlessly removed with the right kind of vinegar cleaning.
You don't have to pay for a professional plumber to unclog your bathroom sink - in a matter of hours you will be able to do the job yourself and save hundreds of dollars!
If you have watermarks on your shower screen or shower door and are struggling to clean them off, then this tip will remove them quickly and cheaply.
Simple ingredients and these techniques make cleaning your own grout easy and inexpensive. Save yourself hundreds of dollars by learning to do it yourself with this non-toxic, chemical free technique.
Takes you through how you should clean your stone bath on a regular occurrence, and what to do in the event of scratches or other damage
Suffering from rust in your sink and mineral deposits in your tub? Does the idea of cleaning your shower bring beads of sweat to your brow? There is an alternative! Learn how to save on elbow grease and clean even the ickiest shower in a jiffy.
Bathrooms are filled with germs that can make you and your family sick. Learn how to clean bathrooms and keep them clean.
Plumber's snakes: how to use them for clearing simple clogs. Save yourself the cost of a plumber's visit. D.I.Y. household maintenance and repairs.
One of the biggest cleaning problems in your home is about to be one of the easiest. For longer than I could imagine, water spots on my glass shower doors, on my faucets and in my sinks, and soap scum
I absolutely love my double kitchen sink. It is perfect in every way. I can wash dishes in one side and then place them in the drying rack on the other side preventing the issue of wet counter tops. I can have a pot or pan soaking in one sink and still have another sink on hand ready for use. It is the perfect set up for our home. But being that this is the first double sink I have ever had I was unaware of one issue that drove me to the edge of insanity one night some nine years ago........