Share this profile
This guide will explain how to remove pollen from outdoor surfaces to keep chairs, tables, and outdoor cushions clean throughout the pollen-heavy months.
Hint: It’s not about keeping your bills smelling fresh! Placing a dryer sheet in your mailbox is a handy way to stay safe and help your mail carrier stay safe. Consider adding one to your mailbox, especially if some pests are trying to make your mailbox their new home.
Pink mold is a stubborn bacteria can be hard to clean, and even harder to keep it from coming back. This guide will explain everything you need to know about how to get rid of pink mold as well as prevent pink mold in the shower in the first place.
Cement backerboard is a durable and reliable building material option. In this guide, we breakdown when and how to use it.
Who needs the mall theater or a drive-in with the weather this nice? Bring the Silver Screen to your backyard with a red-carpet-worthy movie premiere this summer.
Dealing with a stove that won’t light or takes too long to ignite can be frustrating and unsafe. Rather than dealing with unburnt fuel making its way into your home or resorting to take-out because the stove won’t kick on, check out this guide on what to look for when trying to repair a stove that won’t light.
Periods of excessive temperatures with very little rain can cause extreme stress on your lawn, transforming what was once lush and green into a sparse mat of tired-looking browns and yellows. There’s good news though: There are ways to help your yard through these tough times, and we’ll show you how to care for your lawn during a drought.
You don’t have to live with those old grungy, out-of-style bathroom tiles any longer. And the even better news is that it won’t require a giant demolition project either. Breathe new life into those old tiles by reglazing them altogether. This guide will explain what’s involved, what you need, and the step-by-step of how to reglaze bathroom tiles.
The smell of spoiled eggs doesn’t exactly bring to mind the thought of fresh, clean towels and a relaxing bath time experience. And no amount of candles can truly mask the odor. Luckily, there are ways to rid your bathroom of a shower drain that smells like rotten eggs. These are some of the easiest, most common methods for taking care of the problem.