Drain Clog Dissolving Solution | Today’s Homeowner

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Garbage disposal system
Garbage disposals will clog and stink if not properly maintained.
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Many of you are in the middle of spring cleaning and one chore around the house that you should definitely consider tackling is unclogging those slow draining kitchen or bathroom sinks.  There are a lot of cleaners out there that boast how powerful they are, but what we often see is how powerful their chemical smell is!  That’s not a problem with Green Gobblers Drain Clog Dissolver! It’s new packaging still contains the same great odorless, non-corrosive formula but now in two premixed bottles.

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Today’s Homeowner Radio Show | April 4, 2020


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Today’s Homeowner Radio

Danny Lipford and Joe Truini  

Listener Questions

Old house

Removing Paint from Cement Blocks

5-years ago Kevin painted his cement block basement, and now it’s peeling. He wants to know what he can use to take all the paint off.

A good tool for Kevin to grab is a disc sander.  He can grind away at the paint and use a wire wheel brush and a drill to work off the paint.  

To keep the blocks protected, Kevin can add an elastomeric coating

After the blocks are cleaned, Kevin can add an

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Touching up Damaged Cabinets | Today’s Homeowner

White painted cabinets with modern hardware
Modern hardware installed on painted cabinets.

Danny and Joe welcome callers’ questions each week on the Today’s Homeowner Radio Show.

Here’s a question from our March 14 broadcast:

The edges of Lydia’s cabinets are in need of some repair.  The paint needs to be touched up in the kitchen and red dye has created an eyesore on sections of the bathroom.

Lydia should be able to color match the cabinets in the bathroom and kitchen. Plus, many companies nowadays have a product that is both a paint and primer in one. Of course, sanding is likely a necessity,

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Create a Support Platform with an Ironing Board

Sink cabinet with DIY back support for repairs

If you’ve ever had to work inside a sink cabinet, you know it can be a real pain. The kitchen floor is three or four inches lower than the inside of the cabinet and the hard edge at the bottom of the cabinet hits you right in the middle of the back or on your neck. What you need is a platform, something that you can lay on to ease that transition between the floor and the sink cabinet. But you don’t have to go out and buy something, or even make something. And all you need is

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