WASHINGTON, July 16, 2018 /PRNewswire/ —Â A clean, spa-like retreat is the dream bathroom for many. This month’s “The Best Bathroom Do-Over Ideas” spotlight from HouseLogic.com, the comprehensive website for homeowners from the National Association of RealtorsÂ®, features four articles containing information, tips and advice on getting a bathroom that functions better and cleans easier.
Check out the full spotlight at https://www.houselogic.com/spotlight/best-bathroom-do-over-ideas/. Here are some of HouseLogic’s suggestions for getting that dream bathroom.Â Â Â
4 Must-Haves for the Easiest-to-Clean Bathroom, Ever. No matter how much you scrub and clean, there are still parts of the bathroom that just do not seem to get clean. HouseLogic has tips for keeping every nook and cranny of your bathroom clean, with ideas like installing a no-touch faucet to help limit the number of germ-covered surfaces.
5 Bathroom Trends You Miiiiight Want to Reconsider. Not every remodeling trend is here to stay; in fact, some should not have been in vogue in the first place. Look at HouseLogic’s list of remodeling ‘no-no’s,’ such as using tiny, decorative tiles, which come with a lot of grout that requires a lot of cleaning.
6 Foolproof Tips to Dump Your Ugly Tub for a Gorgeous Shower. Do you dream of ditching your big, bulky tub for a spacious, spa-like shower? Check out HouseLogic’s advice for undertaking a shower-tub conversion, like not building around a window, which creates opportunities for water to seep into the walls causing mold and house damage.
9 Ah-Ha Hacks the Pros Use to Max Out Bathroom Space. Is your bathroom stuffed to the brim with toiletries, towels and toilet paper? HouseLogic has tips and tricks for maxing out bathroom storage space, with ideas like mounting a second shower rod to hang baskets that hold bottles, razors and loofas.Â
For more information on bathroom remodeling and maintenance, visit HouseLogic.com.
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