3 Budget-Friendly Ways to Maintain Your Bathroom
No plumbing skills needed!
The bathroom is one of the most hardworking parts of the house. Keeping it in tip-top condition is not only hygienic, but will also save you from spending too much on frequent repairs. Architect Winona Patrice Aquino answers some questions on bathroom maintenance and shares tips on how you can do it—no need to call a plumber right away.
How can homeowners avoid clogging the sink and drainage in the shower area?
Avoid letting small articles from getting down the chute of the sink and floor drain, because when they accumulate inside the chute, dirt gets harder to clean out.
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How can homeowners tell if they need to replace the faucets, showerheads, and other bathroom fixtures? What are the signs?
When the movable parts are getting loose, it may be a sign that the fixtures are already at the point of wear and tear. But it doesn’t mean that you have to change the whole unit. You may just need to change the gasket or some parts.
How can homeowners prevent bathroom molds and mildew?
Since these organic growths thrive in wet areas, moisture in the nooks and crannies of the bathroom can easily become areas where molds and mildew can form. Keeping the bathroom dry and clean is a sure way to prevent molds and mildew from growing.
RL Tip: Follow a regular cleaning schedule so that you won't forget this task. Take this opportunity to check if you need certain supplies and items too.
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