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Silicone Sealant

4 Steps to Apply Silicone Sealant Contents     – How to choose a silicone sealant cartridge?     – Step 1: Clean the space on which you will apply the sealant     – Step 2: Cut off the end of the silicone sealant cartridge     – Step 3: Apply the silicone sealant     – Step 4: Smooth the silicone seal Applying a silicone seal is a simple process, and you can do it yourself. Silicone sealant has many advantages: it adheres to all surfaces, it is waterproof and resistant. It is generally used in rooms such as the kitchen or bathroom, where it is applied between the walls and sanitary equipment (sink, bathtub…). How to choose a silicone sealant cartridge? There are two types of silicone sealant cartridges:     – manual cartridges (which require the use of a gasket gun);     – automatic cartridges. Equipment to apply a silicone sealant. Grouting…

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bidet

With the rising of technology, toilet paper is starting to become a thing of the past. This is not only good for the environment, but it also means that we are using more ecological ways to wash our behind after talking a dump. Bidets are the washing system of the future, and at this point, we have already lost our battle against the machine gods, and we should just accept that and enjoy the use of technology as long as we can because the world where the terminator exist is not far. No, but jokes aside, bidets are a sign of progression and an excellent way to wash up after you’ve done your business. So, without further ado, let’s dive deeper into the waters of bidets. What is a bidet? It is a device that sprays water to clean yourself after you’ve used the restroom. Bidets are receptacles or bowls…

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Hard water

You may have heard this before; the term hard water and soft water have been used over and over lately and repeatedly. What is the difference between soft and hard water?  All types of water are clear, except if it is muddy water or mixed with something else, but pure water is clear. However, we all know that not all water is made the same; some have a higher concentration of minerals than others.  In this article, we will look at the differences between the two types of water and how to tell if you have hard water at home.  What Is The Difference Between Hard And Soft Water?  The quantity of calcium and magnesium in water is the primary determinant of its hardness, and hard water is caused by high quantities of these and other minerals. Water softening systems function by lowering the mineral content in the water. Soft…

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BATHROOM FAUCET

Your bathroom sink collects all kinds of filthy build-up in the period between your morning and bedtime activities. Toothpaste, makeup spills, soapy residue, hard water stains, and other dirt can accumulate on the surface throughout the day, causing major grime that can’t be washed away when you wash your hands.   A daily wipe-down with a moist cloth or cleaning wipe can help keep the worst dirt away, but a deeper clean should be done once a week. To have a spot-free sink, use an excellent bathroom cleanser and a little scrubbing to remove bacteria, stains, and bad odors. Read on how to clean a bathroom sink from A to Z, including the drain, with our guide below. Even in a busy bathroom, a beautiful sink is feasible with these quick cleaning tips. Best Cleaning Tools for Bathroom Sinks Most bathroom sinks can be cleaned with a soft cloth and…

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Several materials can improve the sound insulation of your home.  Why choose glass wool? Read this article to learn more about this material. What Is Acoustic Glass Wool? Glass wool is an insulation material used to improve the thermal and acoustic insulation of a home. Made from glass melted at 1,450°C, this material has a strength approaching that of angel hair. What Are the Different Sizes of Glass Wool? Glass wool comes in three different formats, namely: -The glass wool in flakes: it is used for the insulation of lost attics. The technique used is blowing or projection. -The glass wool in panels: generally speaking, this glass wool is presented in the form of a rectangular plate. It is available in different sizes, but we advise you to choose a 130 x 60 cm sheet. Indeed, this size is not only a basic reference but also a standard size. The…

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Having trouble finding the proper heating for your home? You can choose between the reversible air conditioner that produces heat or cools the room according to your needs or the heating stove that comes in several types, such as wood stove, pellet stove, electric stove, oil stove, gas, bioethanol stove, and oil stove. Usually, the choice of a heating stove depends on the size of your house, and whether you want to heat the whole or part of the area. Here are some of the types of stoves you can find: Wood-Burning Stoves They are more economical than other stoves. The use of wood stoves reduces certain health risks. Indeed, it does not release harmful gases, and it captures a lot of oxygen in the air during its combustion. In addition, wood is one of the cheapest renewable energy sources. Wood stoves are more efficient and require only periodic easy…

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Economical and providing optimal comfort, underfloor heating is one of the most popular heating systems. Composed of hydraulic tubes or resistances distributed under the floor, this type of heating diffuses a soft and homogeneous heat in all the room. However, to ensure the proper functioning of the device, it is recommended to maintain it regularly. It is also essential to regulate it at the right temperature to avoid wasting energy. Moreover, you should know that a set of standards governs heating systems in terms of comfort, insulation, and energy consumption. Floor Heating Temperature: What Are the Standards? Underfloor heating has existed for a long time, and however, it has been neglected in favor of other heating devices. Underfloor heating has been blamed for certain inconveniences such as heavy legs and poor blood circulation. But in reality, it is not the heating device that is the source of these problems. It…

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Water

We always hear speeches about curbing water use. Turn off the tap when you shower or brush your teeth, yet there is still a gap that needs to be addressed. Even if you do everything you can, things can still be done at your level. What should we change to protect future generations? Green plumbing uses methods and technologies to reduce water consumption by investing in environmentally friendly plumbing systems and reducing consumption in every way possible. In general, green plumbing is about things we can’t fully understand. Because even if we do everything we can to save water, our efforts are in vain if there are problems at the plumbing level. Some may think that eco-friendly plumbing is a fad that only makes us spend more money, but in reality, it can save people money on their bills. In some places in the world, some features of eco-friendly plumbing…

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pool-

Most of us dream of living in a house with a pool and very few of us can live this dream. I live in a condo where my neighbors and I share our swimming pool, and whenever there is an issue, we just call maintenance. But if you are one of the lucky ones out there and own a house with a pool, you need to know how to change a pool light because it is an issue that we tend to leave untouched longer than you need to. It is an easy fix that most of us can do in the span of an hour and even less if you are a bit plumbing and tool savvy. So, without further ado, let’s get into this blog and understand and learn how to change your pool lights. Pool light 101 Most pools have one or more lights used to illuminate…

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Plumbing tips

For most of us, plumbing is a foreign concept that we know little to nothing about. Most of us either call a plumber or our parents when there is a plumbing issue in our home, I just recently moved out of my parents’ home, and I still call my mom whenever there is an issue in my condo or something that I can’t do or find, as if she will miraculous come to my place in the click of a button. So, we need to learn a lot more about plumbing, not necessarily how to fix it per se but to be aware when and when not to call a plumber for help. We live in the age of the internet, and there are a lot of myths circulating around, and we need to debunk them because not everything we see online is real. #Myth 1- Mixing hot water with…

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