Today’s Homeowner Radio Show | March 20, 2021

Gloved hand scrubbing ceramic tile floor with ammonia and liquid dish soap
  • [3:52] Danny talks about his ski vacation
  • [5:14] Dennis, the engineer of the radio show, talks about buying and using a table saw for the first time
  • [15:47] Tips to make your floor level throughout your house
  • [21:17] How to clean tile floor grout without wearing your knees out
  • [28:16] Home Depot Best New Product: Bosch 500 Series French Door Refrigerator
  • [31:11] How to install a gable end vent on existing siding
  • [41:36] Introducing The Home Depot’s Four Seasons of Home Ownership: Spring Edition
  • [49:15] Simple Solution: Slick trick for applying a silicone sealant
  • [59:47] Pro tips for installing drywall
  • [1:02:41] Would the higher cost of a tankless water heater be offset by the energy savings?
  • [1:09:46] How to remove indoor plumbing odors
  • [1:15:38] How to fix warped mobile home siding and get rid of the mold
  • [1:22:35] Cutting a kitchen island with a laminate top
  • [1:33:49] Tips for filling vertical grooves before painting
  • [1:36:52] Economic solutions for ceiling damage
  • [1:43:05] Simple Solution: How to make a non-toxic oven cleaner

Cleaning tiles is a necessary household chore when you have these kinds of floors. But getting on your knees isn’t the only way to keep these surfaces clean.

We’ll talk about it, and much more, on this episode of The Today’s Homeowner Radio Show.

Best New Product

Bosch Smart Refrigerator
If you’ve ever been frustrated because you ran out of ice in the middle of a party, the Bosch 500 series French Door Refrigerator might be the solution to your situation. Learn more>>

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