Bathroom is an important aspect in a house that is rarely remembered. If the bathroom is interfered with or malfunctioning, there can be a bit of a riot between you and other residents, especially if the bathroom in the house only one. Some of the disruptions in the bathroom are usually: clogged closets, clogged water holes, loose or rocking tiles, damaged clothing hangers, dead lights, broken faucets, or non-functioning showerheads.
Here are some solutions to these problems.
The water hole is jammed
Broken water holes usually occur due to unintended pieces of liquid soap packaging, as well as falling hairs that fall while shampooing. The process of clearing this stagnant water hole consists of several phases. Pull the protective lid of the water hole in your bathroom. To keep your hands protected from germs, use gloves. Lift the lid and pull the hairs that are stuck in the protector.
Take a wire and straighten it, so it can be inserted into the water hole. Bend a few edges to become a hook. Use this wire hook to scrape and pull out clumps of hair and other dirt clogging the drains.
If you want maximum cleaning, pour baking soda and white vinegar around the edge of the pipe. Or you can also use porcelain purifiers that effectively erode moss. In order not to be inhaled chemical reaction, plug the drain with a washcloth. Let stand for about 20 minutes. Unplug the cloth, and pour the hot water to rinse completely all the crust that has been eroded earlier. If you want to clean more leverage, rub the edge of the drain with the wire.
Replacing Cracked Ceramics
Ceramic cracks in addition to reducing the beauty of the bathroom, can also result in sores on your feet. Here’s how to replace the cracked ceramics in your bathroom.
1. Buy enough ceramics to cover the entire floor.
Including ceramics that will be half-cut, used leftovers, and spare tiles. We recommend that you buy all the necessary ceramics in one store. If you buy half a ceramic in one shop and half in another, the chances are somewhat different.
Put a ceramic on the floor to ensure the required space, starting from the middle of the floor. Installing ceramics from the center of the floor aims to get the balance between one edge of the bathroom with the other side, so that the portion of each edge of the bathroom gets pieces of ceramics of similar size.
If you are satisfied with your estimates, scratch the pattern around the ceramic as a marker. Make a calculation also how much ceramics that need to be cut and how many pieces of the required size. Make a mark on the bathroom floor and in the ceramics that will be cut later.
2. Create a mortar mixture.
Create a mortar mixture with similar viscosity with peanut butter, or use the adhesive recommended by the ceramics manufacturer. Spread the mortar or glue from the middle. Do this in less than an hour. If more, the mortar will soon dry out and the installation of the ceramic so it is not as tight as it should be.
3. Starting from the middle of the floor.
Starting from the middle of the floor, install ceramic one by one to the distribution of mortar earlier. Shake-shake or twist a little ceramic to make sure each ceramic is firmly installed. Use border help to ensure there is a space between the ceramic one and the other, as well so there is room for over mortar.
Make the pieces needed to fit using a ceramic saw. Previously, first create the necessary markers using markers. In order to look smooth, you can rub the sides of the pieces with sandpaper.
4. Allow the ceramics to dry overnight
Allow the ceramics to dry overnight, or as long as recommended by the mortar manufacturer. If it is completely dry, scrape up the mortar that stands out on the edges of the ceramic spacing.…