Glass cleaner is used on everything from windows to the kitchen table to the bathroom mirror. But is it safe for your laptop or other electronics? Will it scratch the screen or simply give it an amazing sheen?
You can spend hundreds on plastic pumpkins, foam-core tombstones and inflatable spiders to make your house look like a haunted Halloween mansion. Or, you can make a crafting project out of it. What are some simple tips for a DIY Halloween?
If you last contemplated kitchen faucets in 1978 -- or, for that matter, 1998 -- you've probably realized that it's a whole new world out there. Check out our handy guide to shopping for a new kitchen faucet -- from spray hoses to built-in water filters.
You probably can't imagine living without clean water, but that's the reality for 1 in 8 people across the globe. Here are five simple ways you can conserve water to help the planet -- and your cash flow.
Add drama to a drab corner or coffee table with a tried-and-true decorating secret -- vignettes. Assemble your favorite objet d'art and a few flea market finds, and voilà, you've just scored high-design dividends without laying out a lot of cash.
Visit your local library or bookstore, and you'll find loads of how-to books on furniture restoration. But don't let the seemingly simple directions and nifty illustrations fool you -- some projects are better left to experienced professionals.
You've probably come across solar panels before, but what about solar shingles? It's the same idea as the solar panel, but in a much smaller scale. And they'll probably save you more money in the long run.
While the term "green building" may bring to mind such extreme tactics as harnessing wind power or lining our roofs with solar panels, it's actually much simpler than that. And it can save you a ton of money.
With all of the choices available to us when it comes to lighting, it's easy to get confused over which option to choose. Fortunately, lighting manufacturers have paid attention to the green movement, too.