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How to Repair a toilet Leak on the cheap

30th January 2012
Did you know that as much as 50,000 gallons of water can be wasted every year by a concealed toilet leak? It makes fiscal and environmental sense to intermittently check the toilets about your abode. Even for older ballcock/flush ball toilet tank valves, ... Read >
Author: DIYPhil

Symptoms of Hemorrhoids Easily Treated by Home Remedies

01st February 2011
Hemorrhoids are a very common ailment that afflicts about 6 percent of the population. Many sufferers find the episode very uncomfortable and at times workers would report sick when they are affected by hemorrhoids. However hemorrhoids are not very danger... Read >
Author: mohamad ali

How to Clean a Toilet with Muriatic Acid

05th October 2010
Muriatic acid is a very strong,corrosive, inorganic acid that is manufactured by absorbing hydrogen chloride in water.It is the same chemical as Hydrochloric acid. Muriatic acid is often used for cleaning brick,concrete, metal,or swimming pools. Plumbing ... Read >
Author: WesleysHolm

A Silently Leaking Toilet Tank Speaks Volumes in Water & Money Wasted

21st July 2010
According to the American Water Works Association (AWWA), toilets are responsible for approximately 27 percent of the water used in homes on a daily basis. The amount of water used by toilets is only increased when there is a leak. A leaking toilet tank c... Read >
Author: Conservation Mart

Dangers of Cleaning Products

20th July 2010
As the head of household, it takes a lot of organizational skills to keep everything running smoothly and comfortably for my family. I have to prioritize a lot of chores and tasks to make sure I get everything done. I assign days to cleaning the bathroom ... Read >
Author: JPark

What You Should Do If Your Toilet Flapper Isn't Flapping

16th July 2010
Without special training, you may be able to fix some of the common problems with toilets. However, before starting, you need to understand the mysterious inner workings of an average modern toilet. When a toilet gets flushed, the tank water refills the b... Read >
Author: Nick Messe

GET RID OF SILVER FISH

16th July 2010
GET RID OF SILVER FISH TERMINATE SILVERFISHES IN A SNAP It is quite embarrassing when your guests see silverfish crawling on your walls or traipsing around your toilet bowl. Oftentimes, silverfish lay their eggs in the box and you might includ... Read >
Author: Frank

Comfort in a small sanitary ware

29th June 2010
In glossy magazines bathroom looks like as a luxurious salon. Shine and glitter everywhere, every trifle has its own place on the shelf, a glance through the window allows you to marvel at wonderful nature and clouds swimming in the sky. There is ample sp... Read >
Author: chris00123

Piles and Anal Fissures Natural Treatment and How to get rid of Piles and Anal Fissures with Natural

16th April 2010
Piles Swollen and protruding veins in and around the anus are known as piles. The veins that drain the blood from the tissues in the anal area lie at the junction of the rectum and the anus. The rectum is the last part of the large intestine or colon, ... Read >
Author: Dr Charles Buchar

Creative Water Recycling Ideas

30th March 2010
With many states in the US facing serious water shortages, ideas are being considered for creative ways to reuse or recycle the water already available. California, Florida, and Texas are three states currently considering recycling sewage water as a way ... Read >
Author: Stephanie Jacobs

Bowel Movement Bleeding - 6 Possible Causes Sited In The Rectum

08th January 2010
Bloody (not the expletive but the adjective) appropriately characterizes bowel movement bleeding. Bright red spots of blood drip into the toilet bowl or down the legs. Red blood oozes from the surface of stools. Toilet tissue may be stained by scarlet red... Read >
Author: Rachel Rich

Blood In Stool - 7 Reasons Found In The Colon

18th December 2009
Blood in stool is often discovered with some alarm, accompanied appropriately by exclamations of bloody (adjective, not expletive). Scarlet red dots of blood coat the stools. Crimson red blood besmirches the toilet tissue. Down the legs and into the toile... Read >
Author: Rachel Rich

How Long Does It Take To Get Rid Of Hemorrhoids - Do You Know?

24th September 2009
How long does it take to get rid of hemorrhoids? Well, it depends. There are around 80 per cent of people globally who suffer from hemorrhoids. Women who have had children usually experience hemorrhoids temporarily. There are times where these come an... Read >
Author: andylbergerl

Use water to catch dust

10th July 2009
That's what Rainbow vacuum cleaners are out there to prove. To substantiate the manufactures claim, the Rainbow vacuum uses water to trap dirt and dust. There is a scientific basis to this claim. Majority of the dirt particles contain an electrical ch... Read >
Author: John Rupert

How to cure piles - treating piles

18th May 2009
What are piles? Piles are swellings on the inside of the anal canal, the short, muscular tube that connects the rectum (back passage) with the anus, in areas known as the anal cushions. They are round swellings that can reach the size of a grape. Piles... Read >
Author: Dickie Boy
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