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Deep Bathroom Cleaning without Harsh Chemicals

Bathroom cleaning products can be harsh both on your skin and the environment. The corrosive ingredients in many bathroom cleaners can actually work to destroy tile, grout, and countertops. Green cleaning products offer a fantastic alternative to heavy-chemicals, but those are often better for maintenance and, unless you clean every few days, may not completely remove things such as mold and hard-water stains.

If you have become frustrated with the option of having a bathroom that only looks semi-clean or using a harsh and dangerous chemical cleaner, it may be time to consider high pressure water vapor. With this option, you can safely and effectively restore every surface area of your bathroom to its brightest and most beautiful no matter how much buildup is in place.
Steam Cleaners
There are several steam cleaners available online and in stores that work very well in bathrooms. Be sure to select a unit based on its cleaning capacity and not on price alone. Remember, once purchased, your steam cleaner can replace a majority of your cleaning products for a lifetime, making this one-time purchase well worth it.

A good steam cleaner will not only remove stains, dirt, and visible imperfections, it will also kill bacteria and viruses, destroy allergens, kill fleas, mites and other tiny insects and their eggs, and produce a completely sterile environment. This option in ideal for people with asthma, families with small children, and anyone who desires a clean environment without the personal and environmental hazards and irritations of chemicals.

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We love this bathroom organizing decor. Do you love it or leave it?
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Many parts of bathroom renovation can be completed with little to no previous experience. Even things that seem complex like tile work, grouting, and fixture installation can often be completed on your own, but some portions of a renovation project should not be done without the assistance of a trained and licensed professional.

If you are inexperienced, you may want to consult a professional before working with:


       Plumbing

        Electricity

       Heat or fan installation
      Instant water heaters
       The removal of walls
      Replacement or installation of windows
      Working with fragile materials such as granite

These aspects of restoration can be, by turns, dangerous, disastrous, and fragile. Consequences resulting from incorrect installation can be far reaching and financially devastating. Working with a professional can save you time and money, help ensure your project is done right the first time, and ultimately protect your investment in your home.

It is important to remember that seeking professional assistance is not a betrayal of DIY sensibilities. It is an intelligent decision based on recognizing your own limitations and acknowledging that, in the end, a safe and well-constructed space is what matters most.


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7 Ways to Cover Up Ugly An Kitchen ‪#‎kitchensolutions‬ ‪#‎diy‬
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Rental apartment kitchens can often be the most difficult to personalize. Unlike other rooms, the kitchen is already furnished, like it or not. Don't despair - there are still temporary ways to cover an old appliance or disguise ugly flooring and walls.
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Choosing the Best Bathroom Vanity Material

There are a number of things to keep in mind when selecting a bathroom vanity, not the least of which is its material. Vanities come in a variety of materials, allowing them to meet any sense of style while keeping within a budget. It is important to remember however that material will impact things such as diverse as eco-friendliness and longevity.

The four most commonly used materials for the main frame of bathroom vanities are solid wood, rubberwood, plywood, and MDF (medium density fiberboard). Of these, solid wood and rubberwood are the sturdiest, better able to withstand daily use and water exposure, and capable of producing years of consistent beauty. Rubberwood is typically more eco-friendly as it is made of materials that would otherwise go to waste. There are eco-friendly solid wood options available as well.

Plywood and MDF are more cost-effective than solid and rubberwood options. When moisture-controlled, plywood can be resistant to water damage and may last for a good amount of time. MDF vanities are the least expensive option, but cannot be relied on for extended use. Both plywood and MDF are more likely to warp and crack, and will require replacement sooner than more sturdy alternatives.

It is possible to find inexpensive vanities that are built to last, but cost should not be the primary concern when looking for bathroom fixtures. Looking at a range of vanities within a specific price-range can give you the opportunity to find one that meets all of your requirements without breaking the bank.

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Temperatures are Dropping....How to Preserve Heat in your Home

Heating an entire house can be incredibly expensive and, if you have floor-board or radiator heating, eliminating or reducing heat in some rooms is often a necessity. One of the easiest rooms to reduce heat in is the bathroom, but this can lead to serious discomfort when the room is needed. This makes finding alternative (and less expensive) heat sources a very attractive prospect.

No matter if you reduce heat to your bathroom intentionally or your home simply doesn’t heat it appropriately, there are a number of steps you can take to increase comfort in this important area, starting with an inspection of the room itself. Take time to look for cracks leading both into the home and outdoors that may allow precious heat to escape. In some cases, simply sealing cracks with caulking, weather stripping, or even covering windows during the winter months is all it takes to make a space cozier. However, this is certainly not always the case.

Simple additions that can increase heat output without requiring significant amounts of electricity include:


        Space heaters – not always the most attractive of options, space heaters do come in a variety of styles and can be complementary to many bathroom designs. Just be sure to keep these units away from water

        Heated towel racks – these bathroom accessories serve the dual purpose of heating towels and radiating heat into the bathroom. Free-standing and wall-mounted styles are available along with a range of power options

Advanced Options
If you are comfortable with electric work, consider an infrared lamp. Common features in hotel bathrooms, infrared lamps are relatively easy to install and can produce enough heat to warm even medium to larger sized bathrooms.

Finally, if you’re due for a bathroom remodel, consider installing radiant floor heating (RFH). RFH can use electric heating coils or water tubing to produce a heating effect that, as the name implies, radiates from the floor. This can help ensure warm feet and a warm room even in the coldest of temperatures.

Your bathroom is likely the first room you use in the morning and the last one you use at night. You deserve a space that is aesthetically, physically, and economically comfortable and inviting. These steps can be used alone or in combination as space requires, and can help produce luxurious comfort without breaking the bank.


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We love the large bathroom mirror. We also love the Fresca Cascata Waterfall sink faucet - get it here:
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Celebrity bathrooms - You've seen Gisele and Tom Brady's NYC bathroom, check out their amazing washroom in LA. ‪#‎celebritybathrooms‬ ‪#‎giseleandtombrady
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Check out this amazing bathroom inspiration board! Shop the looks at decorplanet.com or in any one of our 3 NYC showrooms! #inspiration #bathroom #design
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Touch of gray, touch of stone, touch of flowers for this guest bathroom. What are your favorite things about this guest bath? ‪#‎guestbath‬ ‪#‎greybath‬
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"Amazing service and great people!"
"I highly recommend Vladimir and Decor Planet!"
"Very good variety for remodeling our master bath."
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Shana Dressler
4 months ago
I am undergoing a major renovation in Brooklyn and my contractor recommended purchasing all my bathroom and kitchen needs from Decor Planet. I took at trip to the showroom where I met Vladimir Shoulzhenko. He spent over an hour showing me a wide range of the brands they carry going over the pros and cons of each. At the end of our session I had selected everything. Before Decor Planet I had been to over 15 showrooms where I did research on all things bath and kitchen. I can say with confidence that Vladimir was the most knowledge, personable, patient, professional I worked with. And...the package price he put together was better than everyone elses. I highly recommend Vladimir and Decor Planet!
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Reiner Muenkel
a year ago
Very good variety for remodeling our master bath. Vladimir S. was very helpful.
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derrick echevarria
4 months ago
Amazing service and great people!
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David Mercer
3 years ago
Marvelous !!!!