Gutter Drips Is that dripping noise in your downspout forcing you to keep your bedroom window closed at night? Tie a synthetic rope onto one of the gutter hangers and run it down into the downspout. Drops of water will cling to the rope and flow down instead of plummeting the whole length of the downspout and causing that irritating drip. Adding a rope does restrict the water flow, so this may not be the best option if your gutter is prone to overflowing or gets clogged easily.
Show us IKEA's super-fantastic, cult-favorite RÅSKOG cart, and we'll show you 15 ways you can use it around the kitchen. As I've mentioned before, the RÅSKOG is one of the best things I've ever bought for my kitchen, but even I continue to be surprised by its versatility. It's useful for so much more than just storing pantry staples! Need some convincing it's totally worth the $30 price? Allow us.
New water-resistant Outlast+ from Pergo gives you the authentic look of wood, with 24-hour spill-proof durability. It’s also tough enough to stand up to spills and high-traffic in kitchens, laundry rooms and bathrooms. Shop it exclusively at The Home Depot.