Television commercials for bathroom cleaners make it look so easy to have a sparkling clean shower enclosure - just spray and instantly wipe away years of ugly grime. In reality, mineral deposits, soap scum, and the fingerprints and general dirt from everyday usage just don't wipe away all that easily. If you are one of the thousands of homeowners who are less than thrilled with the appearance of their shower enclosure, here are some simple tips that - while not magic - can really help.
The windshield on your vehicle plays an important role in maintaining structural stability during an accident and ensuring that you have a clear view of the road ahead of you. Debris on the road can become trapped in the tire tread of the vehicle ahead of you. Gravel, rocks, and pebbles can be flung from the tire tread into your windshield, causing a crack to form.
Small cracks might not seem like a big deal, but they can cause significant damage if left unaddressed.
If you are planning on making some bathroom upgrades, a great place to start is the shower. Frameless shower doors are a fantastic upgrade, since they can open up the space and make a bathroom seem larger. They also don't require bulky tracks—they are frameless and only need hinges to open and shut. Read on to learn why you should upgrade your tub space to this kind of shower.
You'll Avoid Health Hazards
Your rear windshield probably doesn't get the same kind of love as your front windshield, but this piece of auto glass is definitely a valuable thing. If something happens and your rear windshield gets broken and needs to be replaced, you may assume that this looks a little easier than installing a front windshield, but that honestly is not the case. One of the biggest mistakes people make with a rear windshield install if they go at it on their own is not getting the correct windshield model.
You have some money to play with for home renovations, and you think your bathrooms need some work. But you can't decide whether to add a second (or third) bathroom, or upgrade the one you've got. Here are some things to consider with either of these choices.
Upgrade Your Existing Bathroom
You know there is a lot of work to be done in your current bathroom. Here are some potential things you could do with money for a remodel: