Today’s Homeowner Radio
Renovating a bathroom can seem like a daunting task. Especially when the project involves replacing an existing bathtub. Hear from two homeowners who want some advice before diving in.
Also, Danny and Joe talk about Today’s Homeowner top ten clicked-on articles of the year.
Some of them are reasonable home improvement topics, others stand out like pineapple as a houseplant.
Plus, Joe has a simple solution on how to keep your floor clean while drilling, using a post-it note.
Regrout or Seal My Tile
Ronda from Florida – “I live in Florida and all my tile is original. I want to know how I can clean tile and grout in my shower and keep it clean. Maybe I need to regrout or seal it. I am not sure about how to go about it.”
Bathroom Update for Senior Citizen Father
Daniel from Oklahoma – “I take care of my senior citizen dad. My tub is one of those all in one fiberglass units. I need to change this out and build a walk in shower unit. What is the easiest way to remove the existing unit without just cutting it into pieces.”
My Door Won’t Stay Closed.. What Do I Do?
Jane from Nevada – I have 8-foot doors and they do not stay closed. I think it was slammed or sprung. I need to know what to do.”
Bathtub Demo Project
Mark from California – “I will be doing the demo on our existing soaking jet tub, the apron and surrounding walls. The front apron and walls are tumbled 4″X4” tile. the fiberglass tub is cracked by the drain because of the lack of support under the tub. I would like to hear your suggestions on the removal of the entire enclosure to the bare studs.
Post-It Dust Catcher — Next time you drill a hole in a wall, use a sticky Post-It Note to catch the dust and debris.
Homemade Household Cleaner – Here’s how to make a nontoxic, eco-friendly all-purpose household spray cleaner from three simple ingredients.
Best New Products
Essie Touchless Single-Handle Pull-down Sprayer Kitchen Faucet
We often think of multi-tasking in the context of work but it happens all the time in the kitchen.
So a faucet that makes multitasking easier is a slam dunk idea, right? The Moen Essie Touchless Faucet is designed to be that faucet.