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.
How to Install a Sheet Vinyl Floor
Learn the foolproof “pattern” method for installing a vinyl floor in your bathroom, with expert tips for avoiding common installation pitfalls.
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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 ...
How to Install Towel Bars and Hooks on Fiberglass Tub and Shower Surrounds
Use small toggle bolts to fasten bath accessories to fiberglass or plastic tub and shower surrounds. Avoid cracks and pullouts with these simple installation guidelines
Toilet Seat Replacement
How to replace a toilet seat when the bolts won’t come off. Tricks and techniques to get the job done quickly and easily.
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 Plumb a Pedestal Sink
Make your cramped bathroom feel more spacious and stylish by tearing out the old vanity and sink and installing a new pedestal sink. It's the easiest way to remodel a bathroom. This simple change-out will make your entire bathroom will feel fresh and new again.
How to Clean Showerheads
We'll show you an easy way to clean your clogged showerhead and get it operating like new again. Mineral build up can plug up the spray holes. Here's a simple way to restore the flow.
How to Simply Fix Loose Faucet Handles
A loose faucet handle will gradually grind away the valve stem that it's screwed to, and should be tightened. Here's a trick to use if the stem is already badly worn.
Use an In-Line Fan to Vent Two Bathrooms
Venting two bathroom exhaust fans through one roof duct won’t work, sorry to say. But you can install one fan in your attic for both bathrooms, and make your bathroom quieter, too.