A sparkling clean car can make your older vehicle feel brand new again but getting your car professionally detailed can cost you as much as a nice dinner out or a new pair of shoes. Fortunately, an initial investment in a few cleaning supplies and a little elbow grease can help you detail your car like the pros without breaking the bank.
There are plenty of indoor greenhouses that take the work out of growing plants, from the amount of water they get to the right dosage of light.
Hard water deposits, lime scale, or mineral build-up can make even clean tubs, sinks, and toilets look grimy. But when calcium and magnesium build up on your bathroom fixtures, it can be difficult to get rid of. Here’s how to tackle that gunk on your shower head, sink, or toilet bowl.
With its simple elegance, navy blues and whitewashed hues, you may be reluctant to say goodbye to a Cape Cod look once summer draws to a close. Not to worry, this classic beach style doesn’t have to be relegated to the warmer months -- after all, New England gets its fair share of winter too. Read on to learn about the essential elements of Cape Cod style and how to emulate a nautical look in your home all year long. And if you find something you like, click through one of the links below and use the code CAPE20 to get $20 off your purchase of $100 or more!
Even as Amazon and Google are adding options that control access and require kids to speak politely to their voice-controlled speakers, devices like the Echo Dot and Google Home can make a big and unexpected impact.
When you think of rooms to grow indoor plants, your bathroom probably isn’t high on your list. The low light and damp environment definitely doesn’t suit most houseplants, but that doesn’t mean you can’t add a little green to this space. Here are 4 plants that will thrive in this unlikely room.