I mainly wanted to replace the counter and bar now made with white tiles (the sink is now facing the counter bar and breakfast nook); replace the backsplash which is now just painted white with stainless steel or decorated tiles; level down the bar to the sink level and make the widened counter as the new eatery; get rid of my breakfast nook table, and refinish or paint cabinets. The total length of my kitchen from the back of the refrigerator to the wall where the breakfast nook window is 18.25 feet. Had anyone done something similar to this in a very tight budget? Could you please provide pointers? Thank you.
its going for 16 thousand!!!!!!
In my Kitchen Sink there is a constant sound of water running through the pipes no apparent leaks wondering what it might be and how I might stop it
I dropped my contact lens in the bathroom sink 2 weeks ago, and about 2 days after that, the bottom part of my eyes (not the eyeball, but the skin) became painful and swollen. The white part of my eyes were also red. No pus or clear liquid.
Here’s what I’m afraid of: my friend (who is sexually active) used the washroom to shower (and probably used the sink to brush his teeth, and rinse too) after "picking up" a guy at a gay bar the night before.
About 5 minutes after he was done, I went in to take a shower, and then after showering, I put my contacts in. Well, I dropped one of them in the sink. I immediately rinsed the contact with my solution (Amo Complete – how well does it disinfect?) using the "rub" method.
How likely is it that my friend transmitted (bacteria, viruses, etc.) something to me? Of course, it could be MY germs, but I’m not sexually active at all, so I don’t have an STD.
This week, I got red eyes again after wearing my contacts, so I KNOW they are dirty
About a month ago I took in a feral kitten knowing it would be a challenge as he is absolutely terrified of humans, however, I wanted to save this special little guy so I took him in.
For the past month I have kept him in the bathroom so he can begin to adapt to his new home. He has been eating good, using his box excellent, and even shows signs of playing with his toys when I am not around.. but there is one little problem.. He seems to have found a small hole up underneath the sink that he can get in and out of with ease but that I can’t even fit my hand into. I am relieved to know that he is still coming out to eat, drink, and use his box, but I’m sure it isn’t safe for him to be cooped up in that small area all day – it may also take him longer to get used to me. I would like to make a vet appt for him to make sure he is healthy, but I am unable to capture him as he practically lives in the hole all day. Also, I rent so I cannot tear the sink apart. Any advice?
We used a cheap drain cleaner to unclog our drain, but the after effect was that the bathroom sink really smells. Any suggestions for deodarizing? We used vinegar and baking soda already.
Unfortunately, I do not have a double sink in my tiny kitchen. What is the best way to wash dishes in a single sink?
Do you think it's unsanitary to use one towel to clean the entire bathroom? How do you clean your bath?September 29th, 2016
It really bugs me when my roommate uses one towel to clean the inside of the toilet, and then uses that same towel to clean the outside of toilet tank, outside of toilet bowl, and then the entire bathroom sink. Am I the only one who thinks that is unsanitary? How do you clean your bathroom? How many towels do you use? One for tub, toilet, sink, ect? Or just one towel for everything.
It has gotten so bad, I just clean everything myself, but it really annoys me, because I shouldn’t have to clean up behind an adult. Supposedly the routine I prefer for cleaning is too much, so I’m looking for simple ideas my roommate may be able to stick to. It’s really getting on my nerves.