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How to Make Your Own Bathroom Cleaners

If you’ve ever cleaned a bathroom, you know how tough a job it can be to do right. Aside from the regular washing and scrubbing it takes to keep surfaces clean, keeping tubs, toilets, and sinks clean often requires extra work, and extra powerful cleaners. While store-bought bathroom cleaners can usually get the job done, they can also be hazardous to your health, not to mention expensive. Thankfully, it’s possible to make bathroom cleaning products at home that cost a fraction of what store-bought cleaners do, and which are much safer, to boot.

Overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act & ADA Compliance for Bathrooms

The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) protects people with disabilities against discrimination in employment, transportation, communications, governmental activities, and public accommodations. This landmark act was signed into law in 19901 and has changed what it means to live with a disability in America.

The Origins of Bathroom Signs

Everywhere we go there are signs pointing us in the right direction. We have symbol-based signs for airports, parking lots, handicapped parking spots, and many more types of locations. Perhaps the most famous of these pictorial signs are the men’s and women’s signs that adorn bathrooms around the world, that tell members of each gender which restroom has been set aside for them. These kinds of signs are so prevalent in our lives, we often take them for granted. How did we decide what symbols to use for men’s and women’s bathrooms, or that we would even use symbols at all? Turns out, modern pictorial signs can be traced back to isotype, a universal graphic language that was developed in the 1920s.

How to Make Your Bathroom More Energy Efficient

Many people overlook their bathrooms when it comes to making their homes more energy efficient. In fact, many of the energy efficient improvements for the bathroom are easy to do yourself without having to hire a professional contractor or plumber. Below are several inexpensive ways to reduce your energy consumption in the bathroom and put some money back into your pocket, while doing something good for the environment.

Bathroom Safety 101

Bathroom injuries are no laughing matter. Slips, trips and falls in the bathroom are more common than you think and unfortunately are the frequent cause of serious injury, particularly among older men and women.

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