Use Band-It Veneer Edging, painter’s tape, and activate the heat on the tape by using foil on a iron.
Remove decaying wood, vacuum the area, and seal with Elmer’s Structural Wood Repair.
Take ¾ cup of Canola oil and mix with ¼ cup vinegar, and wipe the wood.
Coat windowsill with Epox and smear, then coat with a primer.
Rub petroleum onto a water spot, let soak in, then wipe off the surface.
Sand down the damage veneer, stain the wood, and apply moulding.
Buy a wood shelf liner with contact paper, and apply onto the surface.
Take a screw and dig into the wood and drill out the hole with a dowel.
Insert wood toothpicks and fill with Elmer’s Wood Glue Max.
Apply Mineral Oil onto the residue and scrub off the tape grime.
Bust open a walnut and rub it over the scratch to remove it, then cover up with a touch-up marker.
Eliminate damage by applying a restoring stain and wipe off after 3 minutes.