Home Organization

How To Fix a Leaky Non-Compression Faucet

It isn't until you live with the drip, drip, dripping of a faulty faucet that you realize how effective water torture must be! Irritation aside, just one leaky faucet has the potential to waste up to 7 gallons of water a day. That's more than 2,500 gallons a year, not to mention a huge chunk of change literally going down the drain.

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Maintaining an Invisible Screen

Once you have installed the screen, you may be inspired to check out invisible, retractable window screens. Kits are available for double doors and French doors. Here are a few tips on maintenance:

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Shoo, Goo! How to Remove Sticky Stuff from Surfaces

Now you can get all kinds of goop off surfaces quickly and completely. The key is simply using the right cleaner and a scraper.

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How To Unstick a Drawer

It's one of those common annoyances&a sticky drawer. Sure, it's a minor problem, but when the fix is so easy there is no reason not to take care of it.

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How To Recaulk a Sink

Begin to scrape away at the old caulk using your tool. Be careful not to scrape the sink's porcelain or surrounding surface. If you find the caulk is too hard and not budging, you can heat it with a hair drier, then scrape it while it's softened.

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Go to YOUR Room! 5 Ways to put that spare space to work for you

It's a luxury any of us would love to be burdened with: a spare room. See how you can create a room truly all your own.

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How to Install Floating Shelves

Sometimes a big bookcase might make a room look and feel much smaller. See how floating shelves can feel light and airy, yet provide some much-needed surface area.

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How To Replace Recessed Light Fixtures

Upgrade your dingy recessed lighting in minutes and increase the mood of your room and transform your ordinary space into something spectacular.

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How to Organize Your Tools

As we begin to delve deeper into home improvement we pick up skills, confidence and plenty of tools along the way. After awhile we find that we have a bounty of all three, but only one needs storage space. If you're an avid do-it-yourselfer, you may find that your tools have taken over a portion of your home or garage.

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