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Cleaning Baths

By: Danny Lipford

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Many of the cleaners we use for our bathrooms use bleach and other harsh chemicals to disinfect and cut through soap scum, but this chore doesn’t have to an assault on your sinuses. You can make a great cleaner that will disinfect and deodorize by simply mixing a one to one solution of vinegar and water in a spray bottle.

Once clean and dry, coat the shower door with one of the many water repellant formulas available designed for car windshields. This treatment creates a barrier between the water and the glass, so water droplets run off quickly.

That means dirt and soap scum roll right off and water droplets never get a chance to calcify on the surface, so all you need to clean the glass is a soft cloth and water.

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  • Official Comment:


    Thomas Says:
    March 2nd, 2018 at 9:15 am

    Hi, Alex,
    Here’s more information about this topic: https://www.todayshomeowner.com/video/how-to-properly-vent-a-bathroom-exhaust-fan-in-an-attic/
    Give it a read and let us know how things work out.
    Thanks for your question!



  • Alex Says:
    March 1st, 2018 at 8:11 pm

    Can you guys show a video on how to install a vent through the roof coming out of the bathrooms. My bathrooms are vented into the attic,
    I know that’s not good.

    Thanks,
    Alex



  • Robert Says:
    November 26th, 2017 at 11:37 pm

    Hello I have a Vent Pipe flashing that apparently has got too hot and warped on the exposed side allowing water to get in through the opening. It is pretty cold this time of year and I am worried about breaking the composite shingles trying to bend them up. I am trying to avoid having to buy new ones if possible. you make it look so easy and if it were still September I would have had no issues as the heated shingles would have had a little give to them. Right now they are cold, wet and rigid and feel somewhat brittle. Any help would be much appreciated. I could you pictures to show you what I am up against.
    Thanks, Robert


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Cleaning Baths