Posts by «blogger4»

Name:
Wet and Forget

Soap Scum is No Longer a Problem for Charles!

Charles spent a lot of time and effort scrubbing his shower insert and porcelain tub to clean up stubborn soap scum. He had used many mild abrasive bathroom cleaners in the past to attempt to remove soap scum and wasn’t seeing much of a difference. He grew tired of scrubbing and using mild abrasive bathroom cleaners in his shower. “I’m 72 years old, and I don’t like having to get down on my hands and […]

Read more

Packing Tape Ghost Tutorial: Spooky DIY Halloween Decoration

This DIY packing tape ghost will make the perfect addition to your front yard decorations for Halloween. Store bought decor can add up quickly, so this quick DIY packing tape ghost will cut down your cost for decorations as many of the materials can be found around your house. Read on for the full step-by-step process for this spooky DIY project! Materials: Packing tape Gift wrapping tape Scissors Box cutting knife Plastic Tarp Three broomsticks […]

Read more

Pumpkin Seeds: How to Make Fall’s Favorite Snack

Now that fall is in full swing it’s time to enjoy the essence of a fall harvest by baking pumpkin seeds! They make a delicious snack to munch on throughout the season. Pumpkins are a great fruit to work with because you can use the seeds for snacking and the pumpkin as decor. Read on for our step-by-step instructions for cleaning and preparing pumpkin seeds. There are many options on how to season pumpkin seeds. […]

Read more

Top 5 Halloween Costume from the 1970s

Halloween is quickly coming around the corner. Every year we try to find the most creative and trendy costumes to show off on Halloween night. It’s always fun to look back at costumes that were once trendy in a different decade, but now are so outdated and funny looking. To start off, we gathered the top 5 vintage Halloween costumes from the 1970s for a quick nostalgic look back into this decade. Plastic and rubber […]

Read more

Fan of the Month: Bob Has Clean Siding And Gutters Thanks to Wet & Forget

Bob’s house siding had been a real pain to keep clean until he found Wet & Forget.  Bob was getting sick of scrubbing and brushing algae off the side of his home to keep it clean. He didn’t want to spend hours cleaning with a pressure washer. Bob received a few recommendations from his family and friends about using Wet & Forget to treat his algae problem. “My cousin recommended using Wet & Forget. He had […]

Read more

2 Quick Fall Crafts to Decorate Your Home

With the leaves starting to change and cooler weather keeping you indoors, it’s the perfect time to get started on new fall crafts. It can be difficult and expensive to pick out home décor at your favorite shopping center. Luckily, it can be so much easier to decorate your home by using things that are commonly found in your backyard. Check out these fall crafts from items that you would find in your backyard! These […]

Read more

Rebate Time! Get $5 Back on Wet & Forget Outdoor 1 Gallon Container.

Fall is the perfect season to clean up your exterior surfaces with Wet & Forget Outdoor. The weather is still warm enough to apply Wet & Forget to your roof, deck, siding and more! Apply Wet & Forget today to make sure your outdoor surfaces are clean by spring! Learn more about our $5 mail-in rebate offer below! Now through the end of the year receive $5 back when you purchase a 1-gallon container of […]

Read more

Bathroom Organizer – Get Rid Of The Clutter!

Keeping your bathroom clean can be a struggle. With toothbrushes, combs, Q-tips, and a variety of other hygiene products, making sure that everything is kept tidy is a headache. We made a bathroom organizer using mason jars that you can make at home to alleviate your bathroom headaches. This bathroom organizer is very easy to make and will keep your bathroom neat and double as a nice decoration piece for any bathroom. Bathroom Organizer Part […]

Read more

Ron Raves About Wet & Forget Cleaning Both Moss and Algae

Hardware store owner Ron has used many products in the past to try to remove unsightly moss and algae on his deck, pavers, and patio furniture. Ron wasn’t seeing any long-lasting results when cleaning with a power washer and bleach-based moss and mold killers. The green moss and algae growths continued to reappear on his deck, pavers, and patio furniture. Furthermore, using bleach-based cleaners with a pressure washer was becoming a very time consuming and cumbersome […]

Read more

How to Make a “Wash Your Hands” Bathroom Wall Pallet Sign

You can turn a wooden pallet into a personalized bathroom sign. Make it your own by using your child’s hand prints and display it by hanging it in the bathroom. This is a great way to add a personal touch to your bathroom décor. Enter the giveaway and watch the video here: Facebook Video – Bathroom Wall Pallet Sign Tutorial Step 1: Materials Before you begin, here are the materials you’ll need to get for your […]

Read more

DIY Cork Bath Mat and Other Bath Mat Ideas

A new bath mat is an exciting way to add style and personality to your bathroom. But where’s the fun in purchasing any plain old mat? We found 3 bath mats that will put your DIY skills to the test, including a wine cork bath mat we made, that will serve as a great addition to your bathroom space. Moss Bath Mat If you’re looking to add some greenery into your bathroom, try making your […]

Read more

A Lemonade Bar That’s Perfect for Any Summer Party

Summertime brings warm weather as well as many reasons to celebrate. Whether you’re hosting a pool party, birthday party, or even a wedding reception; a lemonade bar is an excellent way to give any special occasion a festive touch. Guests will enjoy the festivities and warm weather even more with a cool, refreshing summer beverage in hand. These easy DIY ideas are perfect for entertaining, and we’ve got something for both kids and adults to enjoy. DIY […]

Read more

DIY Pebble Bath Mat And Other Ideas for a Quick Bathroom Makeover

Bathroom renovations can be a headache. They’re either too expensive or take an extensive amount of time.  Luckily, we found some quick and easy projects that you can make without tearing your bathroom apart or breaking the bank. We also included a quick step-by-step tutorial on making a DIY pebble bath mat. Make Your Shower Sparkle Before decorating your bathroom it’s essential to clean up your bathroom surfaces. Wet & Forget Shower is an easy way […]

Read more

How to Clean Glass Surfaces in Your Home

Do you find yourself constantly cleaning your windows and mirrors, but they still seem dirty? Even if you wash your windows and wipe down your mirrors often, they can appear unclean if you aren’t cleaning them the right way. You might think the standard paper towel and store bought glass cleaner is the best method. However, this can leave behind streaks and lint that causes surfaces to still look dirty. Make your glass surfaces sparkle with […]

Read more

Enter the Wet & Forget BIG Shower Giveaway Today!

The Wet & Forget Big Shower Giveaway is underway! This huge giveaway features 8 weeks of amazing bath & shower prizes! There’s a new prize available every week, all leading up to the BIG Shower Giveaway Grand Prize Package worth over $1100! Win BIG with Weekly Prizes! You have 8 chances to win BIG, and each winner will also receive an entire year’s worth of Wet & Forget Shower Cleaner. Every week we will draw a […]

Read more

Color Changing Plants & Flowers to Add to Your Garden

Color changing plants and flowers can produce a beautiful display in any garden. Some plants will naturally change color as they mature. Other flowers can experience changes in color due to growing conditions or genetic modifications. Color Changing Flowers Several flowers will naturally experience changes in color. In flowers, color changes are an indication to pollinators that the flower has matured past its pollination stage. Weather can also be the reason flowers change colors. Hot temperatures […]

Read more

4th of July Party Essentials: Everything You Need for a Spectacular Celebration

The start of summer brings many opportunities to gather with friends and family. Of course, one of the most important reasons to celebrate is the 4th of July! No need to stress if you’re hosting this year, these fun DIY projects will help you get your home party-ready in no time. From decorations to recipes to party favors, we have everything you need to guarantee that your 4th of July party is a success. Bandanna Pillows Need […]

Read more

DIY Pallet Flag – The Hit of Your 4th of July Party

It’s red, white, and blue season which means it’s time to start getting everything you’ll need to host the best 4th of July party on the block. From the patriotic themed food and decorations, to fireworks and sparklers, there’s a lot that goes into hosting a party. We’re here to help make your life a little easier with some special treats and a homemade pallet flag that’ll ensure you’re celebrating America’s birthday in style. Decorations  […]

Read more

Change the Color Scheme in Your Home

If you’re looking to upgrade the look of your home, adding fresh paint to the walls is a great place to start. There are many options when it comes to choosing a new color palette. Don’t be overwhelmed, picking new colors is easier than you think. Follow these simple tips to find a color scheme that is right for you. 60-30-10 Rule Start off by using the simple 60-30-10 decorating rule. When selecting colors for a room, […]

Read more

How to Attract Bees: An Easy Guide to a Bountiful Garden

Bees play a crucial role in maintaining a strong and prosperous garden. Learn how to attract bees to your garden with these helpful tips. Bees are the Earth’s greatest pollinators, and they can improve the health of your garden in several ways. It’s important to understand the difference between native bees and honey bees. Native bees pollinate numerous crops more effectively and thoroughly than honey bees, but they do not produce honey. However, honey bees are […]

Read more

Louis Stopped Scrubbing & Fixed His Soap Scum Problem the Easy Way

Louis was battling with tough soap scum as well as mold and mildew stains on his fiberglass tub enclosure. He tried scrubbing with many cleaners in the past, and even used bleach to try to remove these stains from his tub and had no luck. “The bleach had a rough smell, and the other products had a very perfumey smell and didn’t work” -Louis L. Powder Springs, GA. He was sick of the strong smells […]

Read more

Top 6 Non-Invasive Plants That Thrive in Small Gardens

It can be difficult to plan for a small garden because of the vast options of flowers, plants, and foliage available to gardeners. Finding plants that aren’t invasive and won’t take over the entirety of your garden can be very tricky. These 6 plants will flourish and make a great additions to your small garden. We’ve included flowers, trees, and vegetable plants that are the most ideal to plant in small areas. Landscape Rose This […]

Read more

See How Cyndi Easily Eliminated Mold, Mildew, and Algae!

Seeing your exterior surfaces covered in moss, mold, mildew or algae can be quite the eyesore. Cyndi F. from Sarasota, FL was sick of seeing her once beautiful brick planter covered in black mildew. She was also stuck with a brick walkway covered in mildew, mold, and algae, despite her many attempts of cleaning it. The high levels of moisture Florida weather brings can quickly lead to troublesome mold, mildew, and algae. Read on to see […]

Read more

Attract Birds to Your Garden with a Few Easy Additions

Are you an avid bird watcher? Would you like to see more bird activity in your garden? It’s easy to turn on the welcome sign and attract birds by simply changing up a few things. We detail the best tips to attract more birds to your garden below. Food, Water, and More! To start, one of the best keys to attracting more birds to your garden is providing a bird feeder. Make sure your bird […]

Read more

DIY Projects for Beginners Made Easy

Are you frequently overwhelmed by complicated DIY projects? Do you want to become a DIYer but don’t really know where to start? Beginner DIY projects are a great way to learn the basics of the DIY world. We gathered our favorite quick and easy DIY projects from 3 different categories: sewing, woodworking and home décor. DIY projects are not limited to these three categories, yet many DIY ideas evolve from these core groups. Once you’ve […]

Read more