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Old 02-28-2014, 06:00 PM   #91
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This is what we currently have on sale at Westside Wholesale. Haven't bought for your bathroom yet? See what we have to offer here http://goo.gl/K9yK1s





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Make your days productive by having a cup of coffee and a rejuvenating steam shower! It's the perfect formula for a splendid day!

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Old 03-04-2014, 03:50 PM   #94
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So, how do you keep your faucets sparkly clean?

To remove water spots after cleaning, you will want to rub the faucet with a piece of waxed paper. This will keep the water spots and fingerprints from sticking to the clean metal. You can also use a piece of waxed paper on your swifter sweeper. Just rip off a piece the size of the sweeper, attach and wipe away.

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Old 03-05-2014, 05:42 PM   #95
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You should always keep your hands clean. Did you know that using paper napkins decrease the amount of microbes by 29%? Hand dryers, on the other hand, increase these microbes by 162%. Now that's a big difference!

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Old 03-06-2014, 10:38 AM   #96
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I think I heard that using a bit of car wax on things can help keep them free of stains.

I like to use the paper towels in bathrooms. I'm no germaphobe, but I use a paper towel to open the door as I'm leaving because I know there are people who don't wash their hands before touching the handle.

And a fun fact: those storebought mouthwashes that claim to kill bacteria only kill them for a few seconds. Afterward they just come back. And, the active ingredients that kill bacteria are so weak / diluted that you can actually grow bacteria in mouthwash (my father did that as an experiment in his microbiology class). Instead of buying the storebought stuff, get hydrogen peroxide and mix it with water (50/50 mix) and then add a very light drop of some sort of flavoring (non-sugared- some sort of essential oil in a flavor you like). Swish it around in your mouth for no longer than 45 seconds. Without flavoring it doesn't taste very good, but you can use toothpaste to kill the taste afterward. It also helps to clear up gum infections.

The wall-mount vanities remind me of a project I saw on Houzz where someone made the illusion of a floating bathtub by having a recessed toekick with a mirror to reflect the tiles. He added colored LEDs to add mood lighting. It looked pretty neat.

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These faucets can be installed in just 10 minutes or so by anyone with basic DIY skills. Providing ease of operation, these products adjust the strength of the stream and the temperature, precisely and smoothly. The prices start at just $70 and we believe that we have all the options for even the most demanding customer for kitchen appliances and accessories.

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Is your skin always itchy? Are you annoyed by static electricity? Constant sore throat?
If sounds like you, your home might be too dry.

Seasonal changes can provide unwanted effects inside. In many parts of the country, winter weather can lead to ultra-dry conditions throughout your home causing a variety of related symptoms including, but not limited to:

- Annoying shocks from static electricity
- Itchy, dry skin
- Always feeling “too cold” despite normal thermostat settings
- Irritated sinuses and sore throats
- Static cling problems with clothing and blankets

If you suffer from any or even all the above, you might want to consider adding an Aprilaire Whole-Home Humidifier to your heating and cooling system. It works invisibly, silently and automatically to bring your home’s humidity level into the comfortable range—and keeps it there even as external temperatures and humidity levels vary from day to day.

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Those dollar origami things are cool!

Last post reminds me that I need a new garbage disposal. Trying to pick one is proving to be tricky though. There are so many options. We need something sturdy that can handle power surges and hard water and frequent use. The fun part will be prying the old one off. No idea how to get that thing off without breaking something. It is stuck on tight.
Since we have a septic tank, I was thinking about the septic assist model, but I don't know if it would really make much of a difference-- plus having to replace cartridges all the time would be a pain. I'm certain I'm the only one in the household who would bother to change them-- and my memory is going. I don't remember to eat every day... LOL.
The Insinkerator ones look good.
Any recommendations?

Is the septic system one worth it? I wonder what is in those cartridges and if I could re-create it (or make something similar) and refill those cartridges... LOL.

Edit to add: Is http://www.westsidewholesale.com/insinkerator-evolution-septic-assist.html the same as http://www.lowes.com/pd_159228-712-SEPTIC+ASSIST_1z0wpl6+1z0x141__?productId=3459998& Ns or are those different models?

I forgot to mention that I would prefer something that doesn't make the sink stop up or slow the water too much when draining.
Selecting a good garbage disposal does require some thought. Motor size, hardwired vs. power cords, space requirements - these all have to taken into consideration. Here's an article that might help you find the one you need: http://www.westsidewholesale.com/best-garbage-disposal-for-home-or-office.

Here's another article I found handy for installing our new garbage disposal after the old one conked out: http://www.westsidewholesale.com/how-to-install-a-garbage-disposal

Hope this helps!
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Selecting a good garbage disposal does require some thought. Motor size, hardwired vs. power cords, space requirements - these all have to taken into consideration. Here's an article that might help you find the one you need: http://www.westsidewholesale.com/best-garbage-disposal-for-home-or-office.

Here's another article I found handy for installing our new garbage disposal after the old one conked out: http://www.westsidewholesale.com/how-to-install-a-garbage-disposal

Hope this helps!
Thanks! I currently have a Kenmore 3/4hp one. Not sure what size exactly. But it no longer works. It's the kind that plugs into an outlet inside the cabinet under the sink. I'll have to get a picture of it later.


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