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The cultural preoccupation with electronic gadgetry has in some ways made homeowners more, rather than less, likely to roll up their sleeves and attempt plumbing repairs on their own, Eisenhauer says. “Today’s homeowners are not less hands-on. If anything, they are more hands-on. They’ll watch some video and, by golly, they are now a plumber. Then we get the calls. We have a saying here: ‘Everyone is a plumber until they mess something up.’” Like their peers across the plumbing industry, The Sunny Plumber techs sometimes arrive at a home and find the results of interesting attempts by a homeowner to repair something on his or her own. Eisenhauer recalls the time a technician walked into a residence for an inspection and found an Australian Foster’s beer can adapted to reuse as a vent on a water heater. “That was probably a homeowner fix.” Service calls typically range from clogged drains and leaking pipes to fixture failure. Before he became general manager of The Sunny Plumber, Eisenhauer “dabbled” in a variety of careers, from office administration to law enforcement and federal prison supervisory work.

http://www.thesunnyplumber.com/blog/community-involvement/with-a-focus-on-customers-plumbing-firm-finds-fast-growth-in-five-years/

So, all you need to do is pull a full can for Coca-Cola into your toilet, making sure that when you’re pouring the can you get the rim of the toilet. You let it sit for about an hour letting the acids in the soda break down the stains. Once the time is up, you scrub with a toilet brush and flush revealing a shiny, clean toilet bowl. Another cleaning ingredient that you can find in your kitchen is white vinegar. This cleaning tool is a bit different because of the application. Unlike the Coca-Cola, you’ll have to soak toilet paper in vinegar (as described by the website the spruce). You then take the soaked toilet paper and place it one the areas that you wish were cleaner and wait overnight. The next day is when you flush to rinse and the stains are gone! Need a scrubber? All you need is a grapefruit and salt to scrub away those tough stains!

http://www.expressplumbingidaho.com/blog/toilet-cleaners-you-dont-expect/

You are here: Home / How-To-Fix Videos / Multi Tool Blades / Oscillating Tool Blades Multi Tool Blades / Oscillating Tool Blades So I’ve owned my first edition Fein multimaster tool for quite a few years now and I remember the first time I had to purchase replacement multi-tool blades for it. STICKER SHOCK to say the least and truth be told I didn’t think they were that great. I later came to the realization I was expecting more from them than they were designed to do. (more on that later). I started looking for a less expensive multi-tool blade alternative and over the years, tried several aftermarket brands. None of them were as good a quality as the originals, but for the price I paid they got the job done. I was recently on Amazon scrolling thru the tools (my toy store) and came across a company that manufacturers replacement blades for multi tools. They had over two hundred positive reviews about their blades so I had to check them out. I contacted the company and they were very gracious in that they sent me two of their most popular multi-tool blade assortment kits. Before I move on please know that I did not pay for these blades and agreed to produce the below video after trying them out. I received two Gordontheplumber.com Commercial Plumbing In My Area kits, a 15 piece multi tool saw blade set which consisted of three pieces each of five different blades.

http://www.bobsplumbingvideos.com/multi-tool-blades/

to 5 p.m. ET Monday through Friday, or online at www.liquidplumr.com and click on “Important Safety Recall Notice” for more information. Description: This recall involves three Liquid Plumr clog removing products, sold in 17 ounce bottles that are about 9 inches tall. The bottles have the Liquid Plumr logo and the name of the product on the front. Liquid Plumr products included in the recall are: Liquid Plumr Industrial Strength Urgent Clear The UPC code is printed in the lower left corner on the back of the bottle. Only bottles manufactured before March 22, 2016 are included in this recall. Incidents/Injuries: The Clorox Company has received 8 reports of the child-resistant bottle caps not working as intended and 221 reports of the bottles leaking. No injuries have been reported. Sold at: Dollar General, Family Dollar, HEB, Home Depot, Kroger, Lowe’s, Meijer, Publix, Rite-Aid, Target, Walgreens, Walmart and other dollar, grocery, hardware and mass merchandise stores nationwide and online at Amazon.com, Drugstore.com and Quidsi.com from January 2012 through May 2016 for between $3 and $5. Distributor(s): The Clorox Company, of Oakland, Calif. Contact us at this toll-free number if you have questions about a recall: Times: 8 a.m.

https://theplumber.com/three-types-of-liquid-plumr-clog-removers-recalled-by-the-clorox-company-due-to-failure-to-meet-child-resistant-closure-requirement/

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