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The 7 Worst Reasons to Renovate Your Home

The 7 Worst Reasons to Renovate Your Home

If you’re enamored of a trend you've been seeing on websites and in design magazines, it’s likely you’ll tire of it within the year. Choose only remodeling projects with long-lasting appeal, and save the trendy touches for easily changed accents and furnishings. In...

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9 Signs Your Tap Water Might Be Contaminated

9 Signs Your Tap Water Might Be Contaminated

Your taste buds have incredibly delicate sensors that protect you from bad or dangerous substances, including poor-quality water. If your water has a fishy, oily, bitter, or metallic taste, it may be time to look into buying a filter. Related: 14 Sneaky Ways to Save...

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How to: Clean a Fish Tank

How to: Clean a Fish Tank

Photo: istockphoto.com Generally speaking, aquarium fish make great low-maintenance pets with minimal needs for attention and cleaning—perfect for busy households that are easing into pet ownership. But in order to keep your fish healthy and prevent the spread of...

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The 8 Easiest Ways to Eliminate Bathroom Odor

The 8 Easiest Ways to Eliminate Bathroom Odor

Commercial cleaning supplies leave a thick chemical residue in the air. Rather than mask foul smells, neutralize them by using natural cleaning supplies made with baking soda, vinegar, and lemon juice. In between cleanings, leave an open container of baking soda in...

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How To: Remove a Wall Mirror

How To: Remove a Wall Mirror

Photo: istockphoto.com Covering your wall with floor-to-ceiling mirror (or, rather, mirror tiles) seemed like such a good idea back in the 1960s, but a lot has changed in the past half-century. Today, that expansive feature can really date an interior. Homeowners are...

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How To: Dispose of Light Bulbs

How To: Dispose of Light Bulbs

Photo: istockphoto.com If you recently set out to upgrade your home with more energy-efficient light bulbs, you’ve likely seen there’s a bigger selection of light bulb varieties available today than ever before, with some designed to last as long as 50,000 hours. Even...

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