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Regularly cleaning your car helps make it a better vehicle against seasonal changes. Following a traditional bucket and sponge, a strong pressure washer can be considered as an addition to your car-washing necessities. Thanks to this pressure washer’s specific design that is meant for car cleaning, you can clean your vehicles yourself without the help…

Also known as jet washers, pressure washers are among the essential tools every homeowner should have. These tools are best known for their power to transform surfaces from filthy to spotless areas in a couple of minutes. Don’t you want the same for your floor and garden furniture? I believe you do. Having such a…

Our shower area is definitely one of the places at our home that we would always want to be clean and pristine. However, given the nature of bathrooms, keeping them clean is a total challenge. The calcium and stains on the surface are burdens in your daily bathroom-cleaning task. This is where shower cleaners aid…

Not everyone is born with the steady hands of an artist, marksman or eye surgeon. It’s hard to keep your digits steady with the knowledge that every move you make could spell success or failure. Enter, TECHNOLOGY. Barry Abrams isn’t an eye surgeon, but he is a designer and maker of things from Champaign, Illinois.…

Don your favorite bath robe, cream that coffee and get comfortable with this weekend’s SolidSmack Weekend Reader. This week we saw everything from how an ingenious flat-pack lamp design to the most funded project on Kickstarter and more. So lay back, relax and take a load off while reading the top ten stories on SolidSmack…

Watering your backyard or garden doesn’t have to be tiresome. A soaker hose solves this problem by continuously watering your plants in a controlled amount and pressure. There are different soaker hoses that can do this according to your preference. And since there are so many options in the market to choose from, there are…

Showering indoors is a practice that dates back all the way to ancient Greece. Through the use of aqueducts and the clever placement of lead pipes, water could be pumped through rooms and over people taking a bath.Over the millennia, this practice changed until it finally reached the form of the modern showerhead. Even then,…