On today's show:
We almost never say that a project is quick and easy, but this one actually is! We purchased the materials and made it all in a couple of hours.
Steph was fostering a cat, which took a liking to her new sofa. That wasn't going to work, so Steph came up with this scratching post idea to give her a better option other than her sofa!
Take a look at how it all came together.
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If you want to make a big impact in the look of your shower or bathtub, refreshing the caulk is the project for you! Caulk is the white stuff, or at least it starts out white, that is put between surfaces to keep out water. You'll most likely find it wherever two different materials touch each other like the tub and the tile.
This caulk is very susceptible to mold and mildew, and eventually discolors to the point where it can no longer be cleaned and does degrade over time. If you experience any of these issues, it's time to re-caulk!
The caulk in Steph's shower is probably 25 years old--it was time for a refresh! Take a look at how we tackled this DIY friendly project.
We are always on the lookout for interesting tools and homeowner helps to share with our audience. During a quick (is there ever such a thing?) trip to Target, we spotted a new offering from the company that makes Zuru Bunch O Balloons water balloons. We've used those on many occasions with the grands. They are so much fun!
Well, we were intrigued with the new Bunch O Balloons Self-Sealing Party Balloons. We saw a starter pack that includes a pump, and a refill pack that comes with an adapter to use with an air compressor. As you know, we have lots of tools and we just happen to have an air compressor--light bulb moment. We decided to buy both so we could share how to use an air compressor to fill the balloons.
But, first...we needed an occasion to celebrate! More on that later...
Were you one of the millions that purchased an Amazon Fire TV Stick on Prime Day? We confess, we did! The Fire TV Stick is hardware that plugs into an existing HDMI port on your TV. With this device you can watch Netflix, Prime Video, YouTube and more!
In each of our homes, we have many Alexa enabled (Amazon) devices so it made sense to give the Fire TV Stick and Alexa Voice Remote a try.
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