I have been collecting Christmas nutcrackers for many years and the fur (real from a rabbit or synthetic) is now looking yellow from dust and cigarette smoke. I would... See more
I bought an old metal bird cage and would like to restore it and use it as a bird cage. Can anyone give advice on how to proceed?
The set has intricate designs on the pieces.
I have some tin cans & plastic bottles that goo gone will not take off the sticky glue. What else should I use?
I have a growing collection of atomizers which once contained cologne. I'd like to repurpose them and possibly make holiday gifts from them. But thus far my attempts ... See more
What is the easiest way to polish/clean large trays and serving pieces of silver?
When purchasing flannel backed plastic tablecloths, there are folds that are visible. Even when hanging on clothes hanger, folds and wrinkles are formed. How can they... See more
Had porcelain and wooden dolls get water and mold damage from Hurricane Florence. Are they salvageable?
They are encrusted with hard water build up. I want to clean them without ruining the finish.
These flowers are in an arrangement that is probably 30 years old and belonged to my mother. I love them and they really still look pretty good. I just have noticed... See more
I want to protect the lamp. I live in a very duty area. I do not want to scratch it when I dust it.
I have a large tray silver plated has tarnished would love some advice on how to restore it back to it's original color thank you
It is next to stairs but unreachable. All ideas appreciated for cleaning outside and inside
We have my husband's great gramma's wooden two-pie carrying basket. It's been in his family's basement along the river forever & has that damp basement musty smell. ... See more
I'm hoping to finally scrapbook papers and pictures from years-gone-by... but I don't want to ruin the project with a lingering musty smell. I'm planning to make copi... See more
what is the best way to clean copper thanks