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3 Spooky Halloween Pranks for the Bathroom

Halloween is just around the corner. As the season for spooking and scaring gets closer, you're probably decorating your front yard and living room. But have you thought about these clever and simple Halloween decorations to use in your bathroom to spook family and friends?more

Can Carpet Work in the Bathroom?

Carpets and bathrooms generally don't mix. The National Center for Healthy Housing advises homeowners to keep carpet out of the bathroom and other wet areas to maximize healthy air quality. In addition, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention recommends avoiding wall-to-wall carpet in the bathroom to help prevent mold growth in the home. Carpet's tendency to trap moisture can make it a breeding ground for mold and mildew around the tub and sink, or for bacteria around the toilet (ew). Damp carpet can also lead to problems in the subflooring, distorting or even rotting wood and other flooring components. Consequently, if you have your heart set on carpet installed in your bathroom, it's necessary to take proper steps to make sure the carpet in your bathroom is as sanitary as possible. Consider the following options...more

Get Rid of Soap Scum. Here's How

It rings our tubs and sinks, and it builds up on faucets, shower doors, and shower curtains. Soap scum, also known as limescale, is made by the collection of minerals from water, the paraffin in bar soap, and oils from our bodies. Soap scum often has a flakey, grayish appearance, and nobody likes it on display when guests come to visit. If you're fighting to remove p and remove soap scum in your bathroom, try these three simple tips.more

How To Choose A Bathtub, The Right Way

If you're preparing for a bathroom remodel, you may be asking yourself "What are the benefits of a freestanding tub versus a built in tub?"more

What Bathroom Flooring Should You Choose?

Flooring is important in any room, but bathroom floors are especially important. After all, we want our bathroom floors to look nice, be easy to clean, yet be warm on our toes on cold autumn mornings. What types of flooring are best to use in the bathroom to meet your needs? Consider the following...more

Bathroom Fixtures | Should Finishes Match?

If you like more than one of these options, you may find yourself asking, "Do the fixtures in my bathroom need to match?" To create a beautiful bathroom, the answer is yes, finishes should match. However, how and what they match is up to you.more

How Do I Fix a Clogged Drain?

Sinks, tubs, toilets - there are a lot of drains in the bathroom, and we often take them for granted until they clog. What's causing the block, and how do you fix a clogged drain?more

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