Here are some of the highlights from the November 29, 2014, Today’s Homeowner with Danny Lipford radio show.
This week was a special “Retro Radio” program as Allen took a look back at some of our favorite callers and emails from previous shows, but he also answered some emails from this week including:
Great Giveaway of the Week
This week we’re giving away a Wet & Forget Prize Package that includes:
- 1 gallon of Wet & Forget Outdoor: Wet & Forget Outdoor is the easiest way to eliminate outdoor mold, mildew, moss, lichen, and algae. Wet & Forget Outdoor requires no scrubbing, no rinsing and no pressure washing. Simply apply to any exterior surface and let Wet & Forget Outdoor do the work for you! Wet & Forget Outdoor goes to work with the wind and rain to gently eliminate unsightly growths over time. Wet & Forget Outdoor is non-caustic, non-acidic, and contains no bleach. Therefore, it can be used on any outdoor surface without fading or damaging the surface. Even the most delicate surfaces, such as historical monuments and outdoor fabrics, can be treated with Wet & Forget! To remove tough stains, just spray and walk away!
- 1½ gallons of Wet & Forget Shower: Wet & Forget Shower no-scrub weekly shower spray takes the work out of cleaning your shower. Simply spray Wet & Forget Shower once a week to clean and prevent the build-up of soap scum, grime, oils, mold, and mildew stains. No more scrubbing, no more having to spray every day—like with other spray-on shower cleaners—and no more harsh chemical odors. After you spray Wet & Forget Shower, instead of an eye-stinging cloud of bleach or ammonia odors, you will be left with a sparkling clean shower and a bathroom that smells like it’s just been kissed by a soothing vanilla breeze.
- Wet & Forget cap
To be eligible for this week’s Great Giveaway, call the Today’s Homeowner Hotline at 800-946-4420 and leave the year, city, and state of the first traditional Thanksgiving. The 11th caller to get it right will win!
Questions Answered on This Week’s Show
- How to remove dried adhesive from the back of ceramic tile.
- A suggested product for creating a “stucco” or adobe look on an interior wall.
- How to eliminate wall imperfections before painting.
- Two suggestions for changing the look of an interior brick wall.
- Dealing with a concrete slab that sweats.
- Probable cause of white spots appearing in newly stained and varnished trim.