Jacque and I are always on the look out for furniture in need of a little TLC, so when we ran across this beautiful dresser/buffet, it was hard to pass up bringing it home. It had cracks,
chips, and gouges...Just what we were looking for! We had used different wood fillers in repairing other pieces, but thanks to some advice from my father-in-law and the 3M AutoCare team, we learned that Bondo was an amazing alternative to ordinary wood fillers. It's got a quick cure time, it's strong, and it doesn't shrink while it cures. Take a look at our experience using Bondo All Purpose Filler to repair our Woodland Themed Dresser
Commented on Oct 16, 2012
I'm so glad I read this! I love repairing and repurposing old furniture. Learning about Bondo
and it's uses will definately inspire me to do more! Thanks!
I have really appreciated my original Really Raised Bed for starting transplants and nurturing tender plants I get in the mail. But these beds must be watered frequently to keep the soil
from drying out.
I decided to make a self-watering raised bed and it has been a rousing success!
I have directions for making your own self-watering, really raised bed at http://www.walterreeves.com/how-to-archive/....
Commented on Aug 28, 2012
Great Idea!! I'll certainly have to try this out next season. But I'll have to agree with the
concerns of Miss Connors and Miss Wells regarding chemicals from the plastic tub or the pressure treated lumber. Just wondering if there's any significant danger to me and or my family's health. Thanks.