How To Remove Urine Stains And Odors From Vinyl Flooring

Posted on: 3 December 2014
Vinyl flooring is an affordable and easy to care for option. Unfortunately, when installed in the bathroom, the vinyl can become stained with urine. Here, you will learn how to remove the urine stains and odors from the vinyl flooring in your bathroom. To clean urine from your vinyl flooring you will need: Paper towels Plastic grocery bags Dishwashing soap White vinegar Baking soda Mop Towels Vacuum Step 1: Soak up fresh urine using paper towels.
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Worried About Tree Roots Destroying Your Sewer? Here's What You Need To Know

Posted on: 3 December 2014
If you have problems with tree roots constantly clogging up your sewer, be prepared for the eventual collapse of your sewer line. While it's an easy fix to snake out tree roots, it's not so easy to repair the line once they've caused it to collapse. Once your sewer line has collapsed, sewage seeps into your yard, or worse, it backs into your home. If you snake out the roots every few years, your problem may not be too bad, but if it is an annual thing, you may want to think about replacing your sewer before the roots totally destroy it.
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Three Things You Should Consider Before Attempting An RV Remodel

Posted on: 3 December 2014
When you first spot that used RV for sale, your imagination starts to run rampant with all of the possibilities. In spite of the fact that the RV will need some obvious work and updates, you just know that this will be the vessel that makes it possible for you to travel the country. It is easy to look at an RV and assume that modifications would be simple and remodel would be much easier to achieve because of the small stature in comparison to a home.
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3 Pests That Destroy Siding—And How To Prevent Them

Posted on: 3 December 2014
Rain, wind, hail, and other environmental factors can destroy siding, but invasive pests are a danger that many homeowners do not consider. To protect your siding, issue these 5 pests an immediate eviction notice. 1. Rodents Rodents enter homes for food, shelter, and warmth. Squirrels, for example, are often found in attics and other upper-floor rooms of the home, while mice and rats favor basements and first-story rooms. Unfortunately, rodents also multiply quickly, so a single interloper can quickly become a full-scale infestation.
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