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How to Clean Showerheads

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Better Insulation Will Prevent Water Stains Around Bath Fans

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Rooms: Other DIY Projects you may like

  • Ideas for the Kitchen: Cabinet Door Inserts

  • Remodel your kitchen quickly and easily by cutting out old wooden door panels and installing new, striking materials, like metal, glass or fabric. Do it yourself to keep the cost low.

  • How to Install a Whirlpool Tub

  • Whirlpools are available that fit into a standard tub space and install almost as easily as a regular tub. Learn how to tear out the old tub, tub walls and faucet; rough in new plumbing; and set the new whirlpool in place.

  • 4 Weekend Kitchen Upgrades

  • Four weekend kitchen upgrades—a new sink and faucet, a stainless steel backsplash, classy track lighting and open shelves. Each one will make your kitchen feel brighter and fresher, especially if you have a small kitchen. And you save...Read more»

  • How to Repair a Bathroom Fan

  • Fix your bath fan without replacing the entire unit and improve air flow with a first class vent system. You can replace a dead motor without tearing out the ceiling and replacing the whole thing. You can also improve venting and...Read more»

  • Saving Energy: Blown Attic Insulation

  • Learn how to insulate your attic yourself with blown-in cellulose insulation, and start saving money on your utility bills. This step-by-step article walks you through every detail of the job.

  • Mix acetone and transmission fluid to make a homemade penetrating oil.
  • Homemade Penetrating Oil

  • Modern rust penetrants work great, but if you’re all out and don’t want to make a trip to the hardware store, this homemade penetrating oil will do the trick.

  • Stainless Steel Kitchen Backsplash

  • Steel, aluminum and copper tiles make dramatic, high impact kitchen backsplashes. They're also easy to install, last forever and don't require any grouting.

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