How To Clean Grout Haze From Glass Tile

After you install glass tiles, you may notice a cloudy, semi-white or yellowish haze on the tile. The haze forms when the grout residue hasn't been completely cleaned from the surface, and it often remains if you clean it. The best time to clean the haze is soon as you install the tiles, but you still should be able to remove the haze even weeks following installation by using these methods. Read More 

Hidden Water Leaks And Hidden Woes: Places To Look For Sneaky Leaks In The Kitchen

Your kitchen could easily be one of the busiest rooms in the house, and yet, all too often homeowners have major water leaks in this area of the house without even knowing it. Unfortunately, in a room that is filled with different appliances and concealing several waterways and pipes, leaks are not always so easy to spot when they first happen. Leaks left undetected in your kitchen can lead to major problems with water damage, mildew, and mold that can be hugely problematic. Read More 

How To Clean Your Microfiber Chair Or Sofa

Microfiber is a beautiful and affordable fabric that is durable. Because of these properties, it is fairly popular for couches, love seats, recliners, ottomans and chairs to be made using this material. However, one of the downsides to microfiber fabric is that it can be challenging to clean. Many cleaning products can leave marks behind, including water. The fabric may forever show water or chemical spots, indicating where a spill was. Read More 

Tips To Help You Remove The Stinky Smell Of Cat Urine From Your Carpeting

Your pet can be considered a member of your family, but the smell of their urine may be one of the strongest and stinkiest urine odors found on the planet. If your feline family member has decided to forego their litter box and use a carpeted area in your home to urinate, you will need some help removing the smell. Here are some tips to help you accomplish this task: Read More 

How To Remove Nail Polish From Carpet

Nail polish looks pretty on fingernails, but it isn't pretty on your carpet. No matter how you try to avoid spilling it, accidents happen. A nail polish stain can be tricky to remove, however, it isn't always impossible. If you follow these tips, you should be able to clean the stain. Get Ready to Remove the Nail Polish To remove the polish. gather: white rag or towel spoon butter knife small bucket eye dropper nail polish remover (acetone or non-acetone) baking soda, peroxide, rubbing alcohol, dish soap or carpet cleaner Check the label on the carpet to determine the suitable cleaning method. Read More