Acid Bath For Cleaning Metal
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2. Versatile Application: With its wide compatibility, the Acid Bath for Cleaning Metal provides an all-in-one solution for numerous metal items. From automotive parts and jewelry to kitchen utensils and industrial machinery, this cleaning agent is suitable for use in both domestic and professional settings.
3. Safe and Controlled Usage: Our Acid Bath is designed to be user-friendly, ensuring your safety while effectively cleaning your metal items. The balanced formulation minimizes the emission of harmful fumes, protecting
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Don’t have an ordinary bathroom when Bathroom Ideas You Can Use, Updated Edition gives you all the know-how and inspiration to make is extraordinary.
Whether you’re planning a full remodel or just replacing a single fixture, Bathroom Ideas You Can Use is 192 pages of style, comfort, and function for the hardest-working room in your house.
Hundreds of inspirational photos and a wealth of information will jump-start your next bathroom project. From luxurious showers and saunas to chic surfaces, perfect lighting, efficient fixtures, creature comforts, and more, the options available to you are endless. In addition to featuring new and improved ideas, this updated edition of our popular design and inspiration book presents a variety of extra tips and tricks for picking the right accessory or material for your space and keeping it in top condition.
No matter the size of your space or the scale of your plans, this book will help you create the bathroom of your dreams.
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Repeat shapes for a soothing, subtle effect
Purchase Prefab for a Custom Look Without the Price Tag
This shower enclosure isn’t a custom tiling job; it’s an all-inone product, including everything you need for an Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)-compliant, barrier-free luxury shower. The enclosure includes two wall ledges for hair- and body-care products, and deluxe multiple showerheads for an unrivaled shower experience. These days, luxury is almost always built into shower prefab products.
Natural Bathroom Cleaning Solutions
A lot of cleaners are on the market meant specifically for bathrooms. The problem with most of these is that they are loaded with chemicals. In some cases, very potent chemicals. Depending on the product you buy, bathroom cleaners can also be pricey. They are also unnecessary. The better bargains—and often, the more powerful cleaners—can be found in your kitchen cabinet.
Glass Cleaner. For a general cleaner that will remove smudges, streaks, and surface dirt from mirrors and windows, combine 1/4 cup of ammonia with 1/2 gallon of hot water. To remove water spots from bathtub or shower enclosures, substitute vinegar for the ammonia. Do not combine other substances with ammonia; some, such as bleach, can mix with the ammonia to produce toxic gas. Acidic substances will neutralize the ammonia, zapping any cleaning power
Abrasive Cleaner. Combine equal parts borax, baking soda, and salt, and mix well. Sprinkle the mixture on the surface to be cleaned, and then moisten the mixture with a spray of water. Scrub until the surface is clean, and then rinse to remove the paste
Toilet Bowl Freshener. Sprinkle baking soda liberally around the bowl and then spritz with 1/2 cup (or more) of lemon juice. Let sit for 20 minutes or up to an hour before flushing
Drain Cleaner. This can be used to freshen drains and, done once a month, can head off clogs. Slowly sprinkle about 1 cup of baking soda down the drain, using a small amount of water to wash it into the pipes. Pour about 1/2 cup of vinegar slowly down the drain, and let the fizzing action clean out the pipes. After about 10 minutes, flush the drain with boiling water
Cement is for customization
Incorporate the unusual in your bathroom by using cement tiles. Cement tiles can be manufactured in just about any shape, size or configuration imaginable. The material can also be dyed a fantastic range of colors, and the surface can be stamped or impressed to create a regular or irregular surface pattern. Cement tiles are usually polished or otherwise sealed because water infiltration can compromise the structure of the tile.
Stone is lavish
Natural stone tiles offer you an incredible variety of looks and surface textures— some of the most luxurious and sophisticated in bathroom design. The price range for these tiles is equally as varied. Polished and sealed stone is preferable so that the stone doesn’t absorb water and undermine the adhesive used to secure the tiles. Tiles with irregular surfaces are often best underfoot to prevent slips and falls. Stone tiles are excellent complements to other tiles when used over the span of a tiled surface or as a decorative border row.
Metal is unusual, but distinctive
Willing to plunk down a bit more for your tiles? If so, you can consider a wall of stainless steel or other metal tiles. These offer one-of-a-kind appearances and are virtually indestructible. The tiles come in finishes from high gloss polished, unpolished and several in between, as well as many different colors. Metal tiles are offered in all the standard shapes and sizes, which is why they are often used to accent ceramic-, stone-, or porcelain-tiled surfaces.
Trim your tiles
Finish your tiled surfaces with trim tiles, specialty tiles designed to conceal the edges of field tile along the top or sides of a wall or vanity surface. These include bullnose tile, which is used to finish the edges of wall tiles that don’t cover the complete wall surface, corner tiles to give a polished look at the corner of installations and many other specific tiles, such as chair or picture rail tiles. Some, such as border edge tile, can be pressed into service for interesting applications such as framing a mirror or window.
Pick a Tub that Helps the Bather
Opt for a Walk-In Tub Door Style that Suits You
This tub features a bypass door, in contrast to the more common ‘open in’ door. In either case, the door securely seals against water leakage. This particular tub also includes a padded headrest and sidemount fixtures that could be more convenient for smaller people or those with shorter arms. Make sure the features of any tub you buy suit the way you prefer to bathe.
Bathroom Accessibility Strategies
A walk-in tub can be a key part to an accessible bathroom as defined by the Americans With Disabilities Act and the precepts of universal design. Whether you’re creating a bathroom to be used by a disabled person, or just planning ahead with aging in place features, here are some considerations beyond the walk-in tub.
Nonslip Floor. This is an easy element to overlook, but many common bathroom flooring options are actually quite slippery, especially when wet. This extends to a shower enclosure or the floor of any tub, which should be lined with slip-resistant strips
Doorway Widths. If you or any member of the home must use a walker or a wheelchair, you will most likely need to widen the doorway to allow easy access to the room. The doorway should be at least 34 inches, and preferably 36 inches wide to allow for a wheelchair. It’s one of the best to leave the entrance to a shower enclosure open, without a door. You can use a rubber dam to contain water as necessary
Raise the Sink. If a wheelchair-bound person will be using the bathroom, install a sink without a vanity, higher than normal. Wheelchair users will find sinks mounted 30 to 34 inches above the floor (bottom surface of the sink) most accessible
Toilet Height. Both disabled users and those with mobility issues will have an easier time using a toilet with a seat 2 to 3 inches higher than normal—usually around 18 inches. You can buy seat extenders to retrofit your existing toilet with a higher seat
Publisher : Cool Springs Press; 2nd edition (April 3, 2018)
Language : English
Paperback : 192 pages
ISBN-10 : 0760357803
ISBN-13 : 978-0760357804
Item Weight : 1.45 pounds
Dimensions : 8.25 x 0.25 x 10.75 inches