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Another pinner said: I wish I had seen this years ago!! Tape before caulking. Smooth out with finger. Then peel off the tape immediately, before it dries.

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Good To Know: Lifehacking Tips & Tricks

Use a lemon to remove hard water stains

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How to Paint a Door on Hinges

how to paint the door...and NOT the hinges - could have used that little tip a long time ago!

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How to Remove Old Caulk

How to Remove Caulk. Old and pealing caulk or just a bad caulk job not only look bad but can allow water to seep behind tile and walls. We recommend maintaining caulk around tiles, tub & shower enclosures, sinks, toilets, and windowns to prevent water leak damage to adjacent furnishings. It's a simple DIY fix that can save you hundreds in repairs later!

I started doing this and will never stop! My tub shower are always spotless-so simple. Simple shower and tub cleaner: fill wand half and half. Wet surface and scrub. wow! leave in shower wash while you are already in there - This SO needs to be done in our bathroom.

This Old Housefrom This Old House

25 DIY Fundamentals

We show you how to reach high places when working on stairs without having to rent scaffolding by improvising a sturdy platform supported by ladders. | Illustration: Steve Sanford | thisoldhouse.com

Easy fix for bathtub caulk mold. Strip of cotton coil (from Sally's Beauty) Bleach Soak cotton coil in bleach lay along caulk line pressing into the mold (use qtip or wear gloves) and leave overnight. That's it! :)

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Cleaning the Bathroom

My bathtub has never been whiter!! Works great on glass shower doors too- no more soap residue! Martha Stewart's Tub Scrub--works better than any other cleaning product to get off hard water and soap residue

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Hack your way through life (21 photos)

Paper clips on the end of roll of tape

For all the photos you have but never have frames for… Use an art board or some type of canvas, line up all the photos and separate with black marking tape. Modge podge over the top of the photos. You now have a beautiful piece of art with all your pictures

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Update a Bathtub Surround Using Beadboard

Update a Bathtub Surround Using Beadboard | Bathroom Ideas & Design with Vanities, Tile, Cabinets, Sinks | HGTV by : http://home-dec10.blogspot.com/

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47 Skills You Need to Survive Homeownership

47 Skills You Need to Survive Home Ownership.

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47 Skills You Need to Survive Homeownership

pin now, read later...47 things you need to know when you own a home

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Great DIY Tutorial for Repairing Hairline Ceiling Cracks and Stains - DIY &...

Great DIY Tutorial for Repairing Hairline Ceiling Cracks and Stains