by Harry Stansberry 9 years ago
what size pipe do you recommend for use throughout the home
by Solaras 20 months ago
I had heard pipes - this thing - | - are bad in a title. So much so that when editing an old hub, I could not save it unless I removed the pipe from the original title. Noticing that an old title on my blog had a pipe it it, but it was still getting good viewership, I did a little experiment with...
by Nina L James 7 years ago
How do you remove cooking grease from your walls and appliances?I'm not sure if ordinary household cleaners will do or if steam will help to get rid of this sticky mess. Any suggestions?
by And Drewson 8 years ago
I'm eating a nutritious diet, but are in liquid form, to clean the ol' pipes out.Have you ever done such a thing? Any advice?
by HubPages 9 years ago
How to clean walls
by yanastenson 8 years ago
How do you clean carpet that have oil fresh stain?My daughter spilled oil on carpet today morning. It is a big patch 6 inch by 6 inch approx.Is there any method that I can try at home to clean instead of calling for professional cleaner?
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