If you’re into remodeling bathrooms, you know the pain involved in doing so.
There’s the water damage, the smell, the lack of storage space.
And that’s just the beginning of the headaches.
How do you keep things looking fresh, maintain a fresh look, and get rid of the grime that accumulates around a bathroom?
Home Depot has some helpful tips to help you do just that, and it can be done at home as well.
If you’re not quite sure what to do, check out our home remodel tips article for inspiration.
Home Depot Bathroom Rebuilding Tips:How to Build a Beautiful Bathroom 1.
Install the bathroom.
You can always use a shower, but you’ll probably want to get a new shower.
This is especially important if you’re doing a bathroom remodeling.
When I went into my remodeling project last year, I started with a shower and made sure to install a shower head.
The showerhead is a little bigger than the rest of the bathroom and the larger size helps to hold water and keeps the water flowing.
To make the showerhead a little taller, I went with a small height bracket.
Clean the walls.
I don’t think I have to tell you that I hate cleaning.
My favorite time of the day is usually when I’m sitting in front of the TV, which makes cleaning my bathroom a lot easier.
A shower head will do a great job of cleaning up the mess, so I’ll use a towel to wipe my hands on my kitchen counter.
Paint the walls and ceilings.
It’s a good idea to get the wall painted a certain color to match the bathroom decor.
Some home improvement stores will paint your bathroom, so go ahead and check out the store.
Make sure you have a towel.
While it might sound like a good thing to get your hands dirty, the thought of your bathroom getting a bath makes me cringe.
For that reason, I prefer to use a washcloth instead of wiping my hands with my hands.
Put some towels around the wall.
In this case, I’ll just use a small towel on the counter.
Put a showerhead on the wall to catch water.
What’s more, you’ll want to make sure that the shower heads that are being used are long enough to reach the walls, ceiling, and floor.
Paint your walls.
The best thing you can do to get things looking good is to paint the walls in a certain direction.
Install a shower.
Now that the bathroom is finished, it’s time to get it ready to be a home.
Get rid of old toilet paper.
Once the bathroom has been renovated, it’ll likely need to be cleaned.
Here’s what I did in my remodel project last summer: I cleaned the toilet paper off the toilet and threw away the remnants.
Not only did I throw away the toiletpaper, I also cleaned up the sink, which was a huge chore.
Instead, I used a towel and scrubbed my hands off the sink.
“It was a little bit of a chore,” said Lauren, who did this remodel herself.
“I wanted to clean the whole bathroom.”2.
Install new toilet paper and scrub the sink for a good look.
Since the sink is already clean, this will be a quick and easy task.
First, you can use a toothbrush to scrub away the paper.2.
Use a scrub brush to clean all the paper from the toilet.
Don’t forget to put a towel around the sink to catch the water.3.
Replace the toilet seat.4.
Clean and paint the bathtub.5.
Get the water out of the shower.
I used a couple of different scrub brushes to clean off the old toilet seat, which I’ll cover in a future post.6.
Install fresh tile for the shower head and shower wall.7.
Install tile for your shower.8.
Paint and paint all the walls for the bathroom renovation.9.
Install flooring for the bathroom renovation.
You can also add more tiles to the bathroom to add some freshness to the look.
Install an adjustable showerhead and shower head countertop.
It was an easy task for me to add the countertop and the showerheads to the home remodeling process.
I just installed the shower, the counter, and the bath, so it’s easy to add a shower to the bath remodel.
Install and install an adjustable sink for the kitchen.
For me, this was a breeze.
First, I had to remove the toilet bowl from the sink and put it on the counterside.
Then, I just put the