Not a week goes by that I don’t get a question at the Ask Tim page on AsktheBuilder.com about cleaning this or that household surface. As it turns out, I happen to know lots about cleaning things.
PennyGem’s Chloe Hurst helps you to shop small and support local businesses.
The once-coin operated wooden pinball machine, made by Baker Case Company back in the early 1930s in the Racine Business Center, simulates a game of poker.
The first pandemic product to disappear from the shelves at Dorn True Value Hardware stores were N95 masks customers were purchasing to send t…
The research is evaluating cigarettes with nicotine levels low enough to be minimally addictive, which the Biden team is reportedly considering requiring.
Middleton-based Spectrum Brands Holdings Inc. announced Wednesday that it has made a deal to acquire For Life Products LLC, aka Rejuvenate, a manufacturer of household cleaning and maintenance products.
The city’s second Tree Huggers Co-op store is selling lots of CBD (cannabidiol) products, growing industrial hemp indoors and will celebrate i…
The order comes after a public hearing last month where residents questioned the pipeline company’s response to the spill, which was not reported to state and federal authorities until more than 15 months after it was first detected.
The Danish concept of “hygge,” pronounced “hoo-gah,” means cozy, warm and comfortable. Here are some ways to incorporate it into your home.
For an eco-friendly bathroom, design it to be as water-efficient as possible.
TikTok user @chelsychristina, the small business owner behind Mindful Goods, knows a thing or two about selecting sustainable products. In her video “5 Things I Don’t Buy Anymore,” the eco-conscious creator breaks down low waste swaps for common household items, from using rags or bamboo toilet paper instead of paper towel and tissue to eliminating disposable makeup wipes by swapping for reusable cotton rounds.
Best: The flavor-dusted tortilla-chip company wins this year’s game-within-a-game battle in the salty crunch product category and looks strong to take the overall crown, too. Matthew McConaughey is feeling flat these days, and looking it, too, in the spot’s superb sort of animation. He’s invisible at the coffee counter when he’s turned sideways; his Roomba almost sucks him up; and Jimmy Kimmel asks him if he traveled to the show by fax machine. Then he tries the new, puffy Doritos 3D Crunch product, and, he, too, adds dimensions to his frame. From Queen’s “I Want to Break Free” as the backing song to the vending machine ending, this is top-tier stuff.
There's one mask guideline that hasn't changed throughout the pandemic -- you definitely should be wearing one.
David Beckham has invested in Cellular Goods, a skincare company which uses cannabis in its products.
This is one sweet offer.