I have finally discovered the correct way to hang the toilet paper roll! RIGHT: rolling down from the top. WRONG: rolling down from the bottom. It was always intended to be this way, according to the original patent for the toilet paper roll.
If it's a household item that's made of paper, then we're talking about it here! Ever wonder how eco-friendly the paper products in your home are? Here, you'll find little-known facts about paper items -- like paper towels and toilet paper. (Even how a toilet bidet attachment can reduce the amount of toilet paper you use!) Plus tips for recycling paper products at home.
I’ve always wanted a bidet toilet… I finally got one. Hubby installed the DIY Superior Bidet attachment, and our rear ends have never been cleaner! To help you decide if a bathroom bidet makes sense for your family, read through my list of pros & cons of an add-on bidet first.
With these kitchen cabinet organizers, you will be able to find exactly what you’re looking for instead of digging around in cabinet for it! These are the best kitchen cabinet organizers, in my dream kitchen.
The following items pose a hazard to the environment and human well-being and, therefore, must be recycled in other ways. Usually, this means taking the item to a Household Hazardous Waste collection center in your community. Extra precautions should be taken when disposing of these items.
Rob Cockerham at Cockeyed.com put a roll of Bounty paper towels to the test — like no one else can. Rob’s little household experiment with a roll of paper towels reveals just how many spills one roll of Bounty paper towels can really absorb!
Following are some of the more unusual things that you can indeed recycle that you may not have thought of, plus some tips for where to recycle such items.