Today’s Homeowner Radio Show for September 14, 2013

By: Danny Lipford
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Here are some of the highlights from the September 14, 2013, Today’s Homeowner with Danny Lipford radio show.

Guests on This Week’s Show

Funnyman, Killer Beaz dropped by to talk about his new album release.

Questions Answered on This Week’s Show

  • How to keep paint from peeling off a concrete floor.
  • How to prevent water from seeping through concrete.
  • What to do to remove condensation between window panes.
  • What kind of compressor to buy with limited space and budget.
  • Is it safe to hang things inside a furnace door.
  • Using orange-scented cleaner on kitchen cabinets.
  • Whether or not to insulate the floor in a bi-level modular home.
  • Best plan of attacking black mold in small bathroom.
  • Pouring concrete on top of existing landscape rocks.
  • The formula to make sure your area is perfectly square.
  • Moving a pine dining table outside.
  • How to seal around a pull-down attic staircase.
  • Tips on how to make a home dustproof.
  • How to remove a broken ceramic tile.
  • What underlayment to use when laying tile on a wood subfloor.
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  • Gay Ferland Says:
    September 18th, 2013 at 3:52 pm

    Thanks for the information about Best plan of attacking black mold in small bathroom. I have a window and it is opened in the winter as well as the other seasons. Will there be a need to sand the ceiling and walls? The black mold is even on the door and frame. A friend of mine was going to sand all the walls and put paint back on the walls. Isn’t there a special paint for a steamy bathroom??? Also, what about the black mold all around between the bathtub and walls of the shower, I think this might be called silicon or clear molding??? If I have to remove the silicon, what is best to use to replace that sealer??? And finally, breathing in the mold while taking a shower, is it dangerous? This situation has been like this for 8 years now!!!


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