How to Clean Tile and Grout

Posted on: 16 June 2015

Cleaning your tile floors is more complicated than simply mopping them with floor cleaner. The best way to clean tile is to use grout cleaner, then use a tile sealant that will clean and seal the tile. This article will explain the tile and grout cleaning process, so you can do it on your own. Supplies You Will Need To properly clean your tile floors you will need grout cleaner, tile sealant,  two 5 gallon buckets, scrub brushes and a handful of rags.
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What You Should Know About Bypass Shower Doors

Posted on: 3 June 2015

Bypass shower doors, also known as swinging shower doors, are among the most common types of glass doors to have on your shower. If you are trying to find a good set of shower doors for your home, it helps to know more about each type. Here is information about bypass shower doors, including the pros and cons to help you decide if these are right for you. They Are Easy to Install
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Must Haves For Creating An Industrial Style Kitchen

Posted on: 19 May 2015

If you're in love with the look of the industrial style trend—open floor plans highlighting metals and natural elements such as brick and stone, you are not alone. The industrial look is a sought after design theme that is often replicated by interior designers to highlight vintage and well worn items. If you want to change the appearance of your kitchen and give it an industrial style theme, start scouring certain hot spots such as antique or salvage shops and pick up items along the way.
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3 Reasons To Avoid An Over-Sized Air Conditioner

Posted on: 4 May 2015

Shopping for a new air conditioner is a lot more complicated than just choosing the largest unit you can afford. In reality, buying an air conditioner that is too large could be a negative. Here are three reasons for you to ensure you do not buy an over-sized unit: Unit Cannot Operate As Intended Your air conditioner does more than just cool off the area. In addition to lowering the temperature, it also removes moisture that is in the air.
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