Sandblasting is a technique that is often used to remove paint, rust and other hard-to-remove remnants from metal. Sand, or other types of media, are blasted at the metal to remove rust and paint. Once the debris is removed, the metal can be painted or coated, breathing new life into an old object. If you are looking to sandblast an item, you can either perform traditional sandblasting or dustless sandblasting. Learning the advantages and disadvantages to both options allows you to decide which is best for your project.
If you've just discovered that you've got lead paint in your home, you don't need to freeze in terror. However, you do need to act quickly to abate the problem, especially if you have young children. Lead paint poses a serious health risk for young children, primarily because they tend to touch things and then put their fingers in their mouths. Some young children will even put flakes of paint in their mouths, which is extremely harmful when it comes to lead paint.
Regular cleaning of your upholstered furniture can keep them clean and free of stains and ground-in dirt and can keep them in great-looking condition for many years. If you have children, pets, or just a messy spouse or roommate, it can be helpful to keep up on a regular upholstery cleaning schedule. Here are some tips and tricks to help you keep your upholstered furniture looking nice:
Keeping dirt and dust from being ground into the upholstery of your furniture is one of the first steps to maintaining its cleanliness.
If there's a rancid smell from a refrigerator in your house, it could be mold. Refrigerators are havens for mold because of spills.
Government agencies used to recommend bleach for killing mold, but now they recommend other methods. Bleach only kills surface mold on certain surfaces. You should be able to handle moderate mold yourself by following these tips.
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For this project, you need:
plastic gloves wash cloths cotton swabs buckets bowl measuring cups old toothbrush two boxes of baking soda liquid dish soap distilled white vinegar cooler (optional) If there is food in the unit, remove good food , and store it in a cooler.
Having a professional come out to assess whether or not your home needs mold treatments can be a first step towards improving your indoor air quality, overall health, and general quality of life. But how do you know if you need to have mold testing in your home? If you've recently moved in, there's always the chance that the previous owner (or landlord) covered up a mold problem with paint or simply cleaned the mold up without cleaning the air properly, leaving you to suffer from the presence of millions of mold spores in the air.