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  1. DIY
    I need to replace the faucet for our bathroom sink. It's one of those cheap ones with one plastic knob that goes up and down for on/off and side to side for hot/cold. It leaks non-stop. I don't think a washer will fix it because it isn't just dripping, the knob itself seems to be broken as...
  2. Drugstore & Grocery Store Deals/Product Reviews
    I got the GE cafe series. DH insisted as he liked the controls in the front and the finish, whatever, I didn't really care after I realized the Wolf I wanted wouldn't fit in the space we have. The electronic keypad in the front is so touchy! If my shirt brushes against it - and post c section...
  3. DIY
    Okay, this morning, as I'm getting ready for work, I turn on the 1980-ish kitchen faucet. This is one of those single lever faucets that turns at the base over a double sink and has an attached sprayer as part of the faucet neck (if that makes sense). Well, this faucet has...
  4. DIY
    DH and I have been putting off replacing the bathtub faucet for some time because of financial reasons. We've had a leaky one and after replacing the valve stem a few times, it's back to leaking. We had originally intended on replacing the bathtub faucet when we redid the entire bathroom (the...
  5. DIY
    Has anyone ever changed out thier kitchen faucet? Is it difficult? I do indeed have a hubby that generally does the DIY around the house, but he loathes plumbing and I am sick of waiting to have my kitchen faucet fixed. Only been waiting about 5+ years now! :grrr: How hard is it? Can I do it...
  6. Make It Yourself
    Ingredients 1 1/2 cups vinegar 1/2 cup water 10 drops lemon or orange essential oil Instructions Combine in a spray bottle. Shake gently before each use. Spray solution and wipe with paper towel or other dry cloth. This solution cleans as well as minimizes mirror fogging.
  7. Just Tips
    Spout and faucet water spots wipe with rubbing alcohol
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