Sure, we’ve all seen stone or brick on the walls in older houses and wood in rustic homes. Both of these products have been used for centuries as building materials and back in the day, folks didn’t bother covering up their walls like we do now. Ever since we started building with cheaper materials (such as wood framing), covering walls with drywall became a necessity Most people simply paint their walls and call it a day. But why settle for the ordinary when you can make your home extraordinary? We’ve come up with a few easy DIY tricks to add a touch of detail and drama to your walls using materials that typically had been reserved for flooring… until now! Tile I’m not talking about backsplashes, I’m talking about a FULL WALL of…
How to Clean Stainless Steel Appliances
Stainless steel appliances have a sleek look until they are covered with fingerprints and streaks. If your house is anything like mine, they are covered in the latter more than they have that sleek showroom look. We recently bought a new refrigerator and I thought that my favorite stainless steel cleaner was perfect for... (read more...)
The 3 things mistakes you're making when mopping the floor — and how to fix them
We hate to break it to you, but most of us are doing common household chores wrong.
What Trump Just Did To The Japanese PM Is An Embarrassment To The U.S. (VIDEO)
Donald Trump is a complete social moron. He has no idea how to take cues, and any possible opportunity to show his alpha male bravado is jumped at with pathetic aggression. The man is a schoolyard bully under the guise of a powerful leader. Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe was met with an unfortunate show of …
Spring Cleaning Tips: Don't Forget these Deep Cleaning Tasks
Spring has sprung, which means it’s time for spring cleaning! It’s a time to organize, de-clutter and prepare for the busy summer season. Everyone knows the basics, but here is a spring cleaning checklist…
DIY Solutions to Scratched Hardwood Floors
Whether from children, pets, or shoes, hardwood floors are almost guaranteed to get scratches over time. Luckily, there are simple tricks to fix scratches.
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Another major fashion collaboration has caught our eye, and it will soon be available on April 12th! Manhatten-based designer Stuart Vevers of Coach and California girls Kate and Laura Mulleavy of Rodarte came together to create an American Dream for the ages. Fashion lovers everywhere were quite surprised to learn that these powerhouses were joining forces to create the ultimate collection Unlike most collaborations, the designers stressed to Fashionista.com (fashionista NULL.com/2017/03/rodarte-coach-collection-prices) that this partnership came about organically and was not part of some master plan to make a splash in the fashion world. The designers met during New York Fashion Week where they immediately hit it off. Stuart pointed out to Fashionista that “Designers are set…
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Remove any excess substance To prevent further damage, remove the excess substance using a dull knife or straight object. This will ensure that the blemish does not spread or embed itself further into the material Blot the stain or apply powder If the stain is water-soluble, gently blot it with seltzer water or club soda. Be careful not to saturate the cloth, as the spot may spread. Avoid putting too much pressure as it may deepen the stain. For oil based stains, apply a powder such as talcum or cornstarch. These agents will act to absorb and lift the stain. Let the powder sit for several hours to dry, then brush it away with a clean cloth. These methods may need to be repeated one or two times in order to get the…
Secret Cleaning Tips From the Pros
Professional secrets that will make your house sparkle
Bathroom Cleaning Checklist and Tips
Learn tips for cleaning the bathroom with the best bathroom cleaning supplies. Clean the shower, tub, sink and more.