First, always start cleaning your vinyl floors by sweeping them. After loose debris is off the floor fill a bucket with warm water and add 1 cup of white vinegar. Lastly, clean the floor with a damp but not sopping wet mop. DIY Vinyl Flooring Cleaner recipe 3/4 bucket full of warm water 1 cup vinegar Seriously, it’s that simple. This slightly acidic concoction is perfect for vinyl and won’t cause any damage over the long haul.

You’ve decided to give your basement a makeover and you need to find a cheap and waterproof alternative to your boring, cold, concrete floor. Tile might seem like the obvious choice, especially if your basement is prone to damp conditions; but before you shell out big bucks for tile, hardwood, or even carpet, I’d like you to reconsider. There’s a better option for your concrete floors, one that won’t break the bank, or your back, when you’re trying to install it.

When updating a bathroom in your home, floor coverings are always at the top of the list of what gets done. In the past ceramic and porcelain tile were defintely the best choice for bathroom floors. With today’s technology however, they may just become a thing of the past. The best choice is quickly becoming luxury vinyl planks (LVP) and tile (LVT). Before you question their usefulness for a bathroom, let’s explore 10 reasons why they’re the best option for replacing your current bathroom flooring.

Luxury vinyl plank flooring or LVP is an inexpensive way to breathe new life into a room. It’s gorgeous, is extremely durable, is affordable, and it comes in an endless array of colors and patterns. Let’s take a close look at the pros and cons of vinyl flooring, the best brands, where you can buy it, and go over a few tips to help your installation go smoothly. Table Of Contents

The first time I told my husband that I wanted a cordless stick vacuum he rolled his eyes and told me that there was no way he was buying another carpet cleaning gadget. I ended up buying one anyway and guess who uses it more than our full size Dyson ball vacuum now? That’s right, my husband does. He wasn’t quick to admit it but he loves how much easier our cordless Dyson is to use while still sweeping piles of pet hair and dander out of our carpet.

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