When it's a squirrel or bird, it's okay because they do not destroy anything, but the mice like to chew on things and leave droppings everywhere. I get rid of them humanely but how can I prevent from hosting anymor critters?
Commented 4 days ago
FYI: squirrels CAN do damage. :( They ate the wiring in my neighbors attic and she had an
electrical fire. I like squirrels and don't like to kill either, but anything in the attic has got to go! ;)
Hi, I have a similar chair that I want creamier. I need ideas on how to die it (myself). I'm thinking of tea/coffee dying, but that will probably give a splotchy finish, which may be okay as were are using it in a shabby chic type baby room. I've used fabric spray paint before, but it did leave a harder finish. Any ideas?
Want to replace a 22 year old tub/shower faucet. Original was Price Fister. Have been told I have to replace the valves in the walls. Can't just replace the handles, even if I use New Price Fister. Anyone know anything different?
I'm thinking...stairs that I've removed carpet on, but the wood isn't good for stain! I'm s
stickler for close up details. How do you think the edges would look? Maybe I'll try the landing first. Also, I have linoleum in my laundry, that I had planned on tiling. Think this would work on the linoleum? I'm thinking so!
Found this surprised on a Kennesaw home over the weekend. How should we remove it?
Commented on Jun 15, 2012
Unfortunately, because of the height (third floor) on our hornets nest it was going to be
hundreds to hire some to remove it. We got 3 quotes. Finally, we realized that it was 4 feet from the window so we waited till they were back in and my husband reached out the window with the pole stabbed at the nest then started spraying, admittedly, ducking in and out of the window. ;)