Are you fed up with your kitchen sink being an echo chamber? You’re not alone. Kitchen sink noise is one of the most common household frustrations people have, especially with stainless steel sinks. However, not many people know how quick and easy it is to fix this problem. Expanding foam can make your sink more quiet. Read more to see how John C. Flood offers step by step instructions on how to fix a noisy sink.
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Whether they’re bathing in the sink or splashing around in the tub, kids love to be in the water. To keep your kids protected, follow these seven bathroom safety tips.