I need a reliable way to remove white spots from wood furniture. I have tried many different "ideas", none were successful.
I have 2 side chairs to redo. Frame needs painting. Seat and back need reupholstery -- or something. Don't know how to safely remove them without marring the frames. ... See more
I have inherited my Great-Grandfathers Humidor/Smoke Stand... I would like to have it insured but I have no idea what sort of monetary value to place on it. Any ide... See more
I set a hot paper plate on my kitchen table, now there is a white spot there. Tried old English & Pledge , still there.
I have a recliner that was given to use and it’s peeling sooooo bad. Hoping someone has experienced it before and can get me going in the right direction other than... See more
I recently bought a couch that has a cigarette burn (actual hole) in the fabric on one of the cushions and is very noticeable and am wondering how I am going to possi... See more
Well I have another problem to solve! I have a Mission style bed frame. As I was sliding it away from the wall to dust underneath it I heard a crack. It cracked in... See more
We bought this from Wayfair only 2 years ago, It has a finish on it that looks like wood picnic table. It’s made of concrete or cement underneath And we cover it ev... See more
The nightstand is made from wood, when inserting the drawer on, the left side of the drawer is not even with the right side of the drawer, in other words the drawer... See more
Bought 2 poufs for the living room thinking I was going to use one color scheme and completely changed it. Any way to cover a fabric pouf without actually sewing?
We bought a 60 inch tv, it does not fit on the stand we had. Any quick and easy plans for simple tv stand with one shelf. Thanks
I have a small dresser with about 4 coats of paint. I would really like to get it down to the wood,, but not sure how. Thanks to all
As I do not have enough money to buy a new vanity, I decided to strip the paint and repaint the existing vanity. I would LOVE to remove these ugly and damaged plastic... See more
This has several spots on the nightstand on it. It matches my bedroom suit. I have tried several things to get it off. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
I have just gotten into woodworking projects and need to know the best way to finish my projects to get the best results (poly-coat, lacquer, etc.). Any types and tec... See more
I just Stained a table on my deck and it looks great but needs a protective sealer. I want a super high gloss shine. Can anyone advise me able want to buy?