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Frameless Glass Shower Screen Installation Tips

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A frameless glass shower screen can be both functional and stylish. It is designed to keep water from splashing on all surfaces within the bathroom. A frameless glass shower door offers a unique look and can be the ideal way to make your entire bathroom more modern. Installing a frameless glass shower is possible on your own if you are aware of the most helpful tips. It is essential that you understand the basic glass shower screen installation tips before you begin. Read More»

What You Need to Know about Using Windscreen Repair DIY Kits

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If you have a cracked or broken windscreen, you may be tempted to handle the repair yourself. The ability to find various styles of windscreen repair kits makes the choice seem all the more easier. The truth is, there are several things you need to know about windscreen repair DIY kits and why you should probably choose a professional for any windscreen issues you may have. Making a Mess When you first look at a windscreen repair kit at an automobile store or big box retailer, what you notice is how neat it all appears. Read More»

Make It Shine: Removing and Reducing Grease From Your Glass Splashback

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Grease is inevitable in a kitchen, especially if you love stir fries, chips or other oily delights. When grease builds up on your glass splashback, it can make your splashback look dirty, dull and aged. Unfortunately, it can be hard to clean as well (but certainly not impossible). If you want to get on top of your greasy splashback, here’s how to clean it and how to minimise future grease stains and buildup: Read More»

Important Tips for Choosing Glass Tiles for a Kitchen Backsplash

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A kitchen backsplash protects the wall behind a stove or a sink, and keeps both from being damaged due to food, heat, water, and so on. The backsplash is like jewelry for your kitchen; it may be functional but it should also be attractive, as it’s very visible and needs to coordinate with all the other features and touches in the room. Glass is a good choice for a backsplash as it reflects light and can make a small and dark kitchen seem open and airy, and it’s very durable and easy to clean. Read More»

How to Install a Glass Splashback

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Glass splashbacks are both a practical and attractive addition to any kitchen, and with a few basic DIY skills you can install one yourself. Here’s how to go about doing it.    Before you start Before you begin, ask the manufacturer of your cooker and the splashback supplier if there is a minimum distance to be left between the splashback and the heating elements or gas jets of your cooker for safety reasons. Read More»