Armor All 2.5 gallon wet-dry vacuum, $45 A good wet-dry vac is a must-have for sucking up all kinds of messes, as these particular models can suck up liquids as well as solid debris without the need for filters or attachments. Wet-dry vacs like this model from Armor All are especially useful for getting dirt out of your car given their small size, suction power, and maneuverability. The Armor All wet-dry vacuum comes with a variety of different attachments for those hard-to-reach crevices and irregular surfaces, and it features a 2.5-gallon holding tank for high-pile and medium-pile messes. The Armor All wet-dry vac price lands right on the budget price range with its variety of accessory options to play with. … [Read more...] about These are the best vacuum cleaner deals for $100 or less for April 2020
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Dyson V7 Motorhead Cordless Vacuum Cleaner – $250, was $300 The V7 Motorhead may be an old Dyson cordless vacuum model, but you can count on it for great all-around home cleaning nonetheless. This model lets you clean whenever and wherever you need to without the hassle and restrictions of cords. It’s perfectly balanced for tackling dirt on floors, ceilings, and anything in between, as it can transform into a smaller handheld. This means you’ll be able to provide spot cleaning on hard-to-reach spots and above-floor areas. … [Read more...] about Cheap Vacuums: Bissel, Dyson, Hoover, and Shark from just $70
Step 5: Re-attach toilet seat If your bidet doesn’t replace your toilet seat entirely, it’s time to put your toilet seat back on. Position the toilet seat above your bidet over the same bolt holes, and screw it back in. Some bidets may offer new bolts and washers to help with this, while some may have you use your original bolts. In rarer cases, the original bolts won’t be long enough to deal with both the seat and bidet: That means it’s time to head to the hardware store and look for longer toilet seat bolts that can handle the new situation. … [Read more...] about How to add a bidet attachment to your toilet
Midea — U-shaped window AC If you’ve ever installed a window AC unit, you know firsthand just how cumbersome and annoying the process is. In addition to building a suitable platform for the unit to sit on, you also have to patch the gap left in your window — which, if you’re like me, typically means hacking up a cardboard box and haphazardly duct-taping it until you’ve got a decent seal. Midea mitigates all that. It’s equipped with an integrated mounting system and a clever U-shaped design that allows you to close your window more and avoid large gaps. It sort of makes you wonder why AC units weren’t designed like this from the get-go. … [Read more...] about Awesome Tech You Can’t Buy Yet: Lego-style waffles and a no-touch door opener