Find DIY project ideas, tips and repairs for remodeling your bathroom to get the most storage space and best looking cabinets, flooring, lighting and vanities.
Parts of a Toilet
Toilets have moving parts, and moving parts wear out or break. If your toilet won't stop running, try repairing or replacing these key parts of the toilet.
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How to Replace a Towel Bar
Replace old towel bars, soap dishes and corner shelves on ceramic tile walls without breaking the tile or cutting into the walls.
How to Plumb a Basement Bathroom
A bathroom in the basement adds a lot of value to a finished basement. Here's how to plumb the bathroom yourself and save at least $1,000 on plumbing costs.
How to Repair a Leaking Tub Faucet
You don't have to put up with the slow drip from a leaky faucet, nor with the growing stain it often leaves in the tub or shower. Fix it now and you'll prevent those headaches and save on you water bill too. The entire job, with special tools, may set you back a bit of cash, but doing it yourself is a lot cheaper than hiring a plumber, and usually much cheaper and easier than tearing out the old faucet and installing a new one. Worn rubber washers, seals or gaskets in the valve assembly cause most leaks. Here we'll show you how to fix a stem-type valve, which is common in older, two-handle faucets (separate hot and cold). We won't cover single-handle faucets here.
DIY Bathroom Storage
Who doesn't need more storage space in their bathroom? These clever tips will help you take advantage of every square inch so you can keep all of your bathroom supplies tidy, well organized, and close at hand.
A bump-out addition is a great way to expand a small bathroom without messing with other nearby rooms. It's complicated, but the spaced gained is well worth the effort. This article covers the key issues you'll have to deal with.
How to Caulk a Toilet to a Floor
A master plumber shares his secrets for setting toilets on tile floors. The key is getting a good caulk seal between the toilet and the floor, which prevents rocking and protects against leaks.
How to Remove Water Stains
The right product and technique can cut cleaning time by 30 percent. We'll show you how to remove tough stains in toilets, sinks and showers. We'll also show you the easiest ways to remove rust, lime and scum. Even if you've neglected detailed cleaning for months (or longer!), you can remove ...
Rust Stain Removal
Remove rust stains from toilets, sinks and bathtubs quickly and easily with the resin bed cleaner used for water softeners.