Jun
2016
21

Why It’s important To have A Bathroom Squeegee

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Bathroom squeegees have many different uses, depending on your shower. Here are some reasons why you might need a squeegee: You use a bath Bathtubs can end up being the dirtiest places in your house. This is because no bathtub fully drains. Thanks to hydrodynamic surface tension, a little bit of water always sticks to the porcelain instead of draining. Water by itself can be bad enough. Standing water can lead to the growth of mildew and bacteria, both of which you really don’t want in your bathwater. However, it gets even worse. Most of the grime you wash off…


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Jun
2016
15

4 tips and tricks for an organized medicine cabinet

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You have a dull headache and you’re rummaging through your bathroom cabinets, searching for relief. You come up empty handed, only finding expired bottles of cough medicine and other clutter, while your headache rages on. If this has ever happened to you, you know how important it is to keep your medicine cabinet organized. Take a look at these bathroom storage solutions to keep your space clean, safe and clutter free: Create a door pocket Your medicine cabinet is small enough, so why not add a little extra flexible space? Attach a pouch or a few pockets to the inside…


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Jun
2016
8

Should you replace your tub with a shower?

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Converting an old, run-down bathtub into a beautiful modern shower is all the rage these days in the bathroom remodel space. Think about it. When was the last time you took a bath? While they may have been useful in the past, now unused bathtubs take up valuable bathroom space. Source: https://www.houselogic.com/by-room/bathroom-laundry/tub-to-shower-conversion/ If you’re thinking about making the tub-to-shower conversion, here are some pros and cons to consider: Pros We take more showers – Although the idea of a long, luxurious bath may sound delightful, most people just don’t have the time. Taking a quick shower…


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Jun
2016
1

4 Must-have Kids’ Bathroom Accessories

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From soap jars to toothbrush holders and towel racks, bathrooms can house a lot of accessories. And when you’re teaching your young children the basics of bathroom responsibilities, you need all the help you can get. Keep your kids’ bathroom routine simple with these four must-have accessories: Faucet extender If your little one has trouble reaching the bathroom sink, a faucet extender is a smart and inexpensive solution. You can find ones that simply attach the end of the faucet, making it so your child can reach the stream of water. Thermometer spout cover Did you know the right temperature…


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May
2016
30

Designing A Minimalist Bathroom

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Not everyone needs a large and elaborately designed bathroom. Sometimes you just want to keep things simple (but with a touch of elegance). Designing a minimalist bathroom does involve a slightly different approach from designing a large and elaborate one-especially if you do not have a lot of space to work with. When your bathroom has a minimalist look the items that are there stand out much more. Here are some techniques you can employ when building a simple bathroom, as well as keeping it that way once it is fully functional and ready for use. Use Essential Materials When…


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May
2016
25

The Pros and Cons of a Water Closet

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What’s a water closet? No, it’s not a place to hide your wetsuits and scuba-diving equipment. A water closet, also known as a “toilet room,” is a small room separating the toilet from the rest of the bathroom. There is an ongoing debate surrounding the pros and cons of a water closet. Some will say a water closet helps keep germs away from your toothbrush, but others will argue it’s better to keep an open airflow in the bathroom. Scientists have yet to conclude whether germs from the toilet can actually make you sick. Here are some more of the…


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May
2016
17

How to Clean Your Children’s Bath Toys

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“Rubber Duckie, you’re the one. You make bath time lots of fun!” Ernie from Sesame Street got it right. Bath toys make bath time more enjoyable for parents and kids alike. But if they’re not properly cared for, bath toys can get moldy quick; they can even cause post-bath rashes. Here are some helpful methods for keeping your bath toys clean and safe: Cleaning with vinegar Vinegar is a natural disinfectant that is safer than many chemicals. Mix one-half cup of white vinegar with a gallon of water and let the toys soak for an hour. Then, use a sponge or dish…


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May
2016
12

Use a loofah? Here’s what you need to know

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You know that colorful sponge hanging in your shower? Or maybe you have an exfoliating loofah. That spongy scrubber might leave you feeling clean, but if it’s not properly cared for, it can be a breeding ground for tons of bacteria. You use a loofah or shower sponge to scrub off dead skin cells, but have you ever thought about where those dead flakes of skin end up? They get caught in the nooks and crannies of the loofah’s material. And when you’re done, you likely leave your loofah in the shower until next time. But your shower is a…


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May
2016
4

4 steps to get your kids to help clean the bathroom

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Cleaning the bathroom is one of the most dreaded household tasks, yet it’s one of the most important rooms to keep tidy. Family bathrooms get dirty quickly due to their constant use. Fortunately, if you have kids, you also have helpers who can assist with the cleaning duties. Getting kids to clean the bathroom isn’t as difficult as it might sound. Kids are capable of basic cleaning tasks and there’s no reason the bathroom should be off-limits. With the right direction and some safe cleaners, cleaning the bathroom can become part of a productive weekly routine. Step 1: Stock up…


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May
2016
2

7 Things All Skincare Fanatics Have In Their Bathroom

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Have you ever seen someone with crystal clear skin and wondered the secret to that person’s complexion? Well here are some of the essential products that all skincare fanatics have in their bathroom. Skin Cleanser This a basic must-have in your skincare arsenal. Your skin gets exposed to dirt, bacteria, chemicals and any number of pollutants that do damage to your skin. You must have a good skin cleanser to rid your skin of these things and give it back its natural look. That said, make sure to get one that doesn’t dry your skin too much. Moisturizer Moisturizer is…


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