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What do I do?

16 answers · Cleaning & Laundry · 3 days ago
My room is downstairs along with my 17 year old sister. She has her own bathroom while I have to share with my parents but I can still use her bathroom. She keeps her bathroom a mess, it stinks(I can even smell it from my room), it’s messy, hasn’t been cleaned in a VERY VERY long time. It’s disgusting. She won’t... show more

What tools should every DIY expert own?

12 answers · Do It Yourself (DIY) · 1 day ago
Best answer: let's face it, most DIY guys have something they aren't too swift at. [For me, it's plumbing.] day in, and day out, while doing repairs and improvements the tools I use most are my hammers, level, power saw, multimeter, and power drill/driver with assorted bits. Next up -- pliers. Of course, I have... show more

Buying a stove … which is the best .. Samsung or Kitchenaide ?

12 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 3 days ago
Best answer: According to the ratings Samsung is more reliable, but frankly there's not a lot that can go wrong in a conventional electric stove. And what can go wrong is pretty easy to fix. But since you're asking the question I'm going to come down on the side of Kitchenaid,reliability ratings notwithstanding. ... show more

Are tomatoes a fruit or vegetable?

9 answers · Garden & Landscape · 6 hours ago

What are some strongest smelling flowers?

22 answers · Garden & Landscape · 3 days ago

Best answer: I think the leaves would initially help. They would keep the seeds damp. If they are small leaves, then the grass might grow between and around them. However, large leaves would block the light and the grass would die.

What would you do?

8 answers · Garden & Landscape · 7 hours ago
I signed up for a lawn mowing service to mow my lawn weekly. I went with a company that offered automatic payment. They told me that it would be 35$ a week for my lawn mowing. The first automatic payment was 65$. Then they told me a 25$ credit would be applied the following week. So for the past 2 months my weekly... show more

My toilet is overflowing. Can someone please pray that it stops?

20 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 4 days ago
Best answer: The King of all Gods, Sohcahtoa, is being contacted right now.

Outlet turning on and off?

8 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 16 hours ago
My heat is out and I'm using a space heater in my room. I never sleep with it on and only have it on when I'm home. Well it's been turning on and off every few minutes so i thought the heater was going out, so I switched it with the heater I have for my living room but it's still doing it which... show more


Need serious help!?

7 answers · Cleaning & Laundry · 3 hours ago
My son spilled rat catchmaster glue all over my kitchen floor, and ive been trying for over a week to clean it off but its super resistant to water espeically hot water which seems to make it worse, and all of the chemical cleaners I've been trying don't seem to be doing much either, does anyone know any... show more

Neighbor lady copies everything I do. She is decades older than me.?

21 answers · Garden & Landscape · 4 days ago
Got a new bike and she say me out riding. The next week she has a bike riding too. Never saw that before. Got the driveway cleaned, then she does hers. Planted new grass and I look up, she's there asking what am I doing? Duh! Planting grass seed. Guess what-the next day she is and even got lawn care. ... show more

Doorknob too big to remove screws?

9 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 1 day ago
Hello so my inside doorknob recently stopped working and all it does is spin whenever I try to open the door. The thing is the doorknob is too big to unscrew the screws holding the doorknob in. I've already tried prying off the doorknob but it hasn't worked. It was working just until about 2 days ago.

Fixing pipe that came unloose for the toliet ?

19 answers · Maintenance & Repairs · 4 days ago
Best answer: You need to twist the central screw 456 degrees up, attack a 1/2 inch PVC pipe at the end, use some Flex Seal (that's a lot of damage) to attach a bolt to the pipe, and scree it in place with a 1/2 inch of spacing between the wall and the nail. Then go ahead and glue another 1/2 PVC pipe to a dowel, and attach... show more


How do I get rid of dog urine stains odor for as cheap as possible?

7 answers · Cleaning & Laundry · 15 hours ago
My dog has been destroying our carpet and I cannot deal with it anymore, I have very limited income so it is hard to pay for any special carpet treatments or replacements of any kind. Anything DIY or cheap would be great.

Painting interior house walls.?

8 answers · Decorating & Remodeling · 4 days ago
Best answer: the real estate agent is suggesting you paint your walls for 2 main reasons, 1) dark and bold colors can make a room seem smaller and neutral colors can make it feel larger. 2) because they think future buyers wont like dark & bold colors when looking for a house and that having neutral colors throughout your... show more

How can I fix a childish room and make it look more mature?

8 answers · Decorating & Remodeling · 2 days ago

Why does the toilet intermittently lose water without being flushed?

12 answers · Do It Yourself (DIY) · 3 days ago

How to make a kitchen blind? I cannot afford one, cheap ideas?

8 answers · Do It Yourself (DIY) · 2 days ago
The cheapes I can find is £20 and i just dont have that spare right now. My window looks a mess as i've had to stick paper up. I have old bedsheets, the window is next to the oven though so i cannot have anything hanging and flapping around near the oven or hobs.

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