Someone who wants to clean a brick fireplace needs a tough bristle brush, fireplace brick cleaner and a spray bottle full of water. To clean the brick, spray it with water, scrub until large stains loosen, and then use t... More »

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To clean the bricks on an indoor fireplace, clean up any ashes in the fireplace and wash away the soot with an all-purpose cleaner. Rinse the bricks and repeat the cleaning process to remove any remaining stains. More »

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An easy and effective way to install tile over a brick fireplace is to level out the brick surface with thinset mortar, and apply the tile directly to the cement. There are other options, but thinset mortar dries quickly... More »

An easy and effective way to install tile over a brick fireplace is to level out the brick surface with thinset mortar, and apply the tile directly to the cement. There are other options, but thinset mortar dries quickly... More »

Installing drywall over a brick fireplace helps to cover unsightly brick and give the home a modern feel. The entire process takes several days. In addition to drywall, you need masonry nails, joint compound, drywall tap... More »

Paint a brick fireplace by selecting a color that suits or enhances the room’s décor and color palette. Dark colors make a large fireplace look small whereas light colors make it appear large. More »

To connect a gas line to a dryer, you need a tape measure, a wire brush, a flexible gas hose, gas-rated pipe tape, a rag, a pipe wrench, a spray bottle and detergent. Use caution when installing the hose. More »

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