I have old aluminum windows and cannot afford to replace them. I need to know how to seal them and can I do it from the inside? I have a fear of climbing too high on ... See more
How do I remove bubbles on my front door?
Just moved into new home. We have a patio doors that has decals on it. I'm not fond with them n would like to remove them, I tried to scrap them off with razor, but i... See more
After seeing all the posts about painting cabinets, I did mine!! They look great! That was last summer. Now I have cracks along the panels! Is caulk the answer? ... See more
this doesn't necessarily apply to home windows. I have this weird layer of film on the inside of my windshield. When I try to clean it the newer dirt comes off but th... See more
I have tried many different ones and they either leave a sticky residue when you remove or don't stay put. I am not talking about the ones for the bottom of the door ... See more
When I purchased my bungalow it had privacy film on the conservatory windows that I now wish to remove but find it is totally bonded to the glass. I have tried to scr... See more
My in door outdoor doors are rusting and second and third coat of paint are peeling. I’m not ready to replace all the doors.
Rather than replacing my damaged hollow doors, I would like to fix them and paint them. Any suggestions on how to repair holes that are fairly big?
Nothing i use takes cloudyness off the glass doors that lime away left on them!
My double hung French metal doors are in pretty good shape, however the little plastic piecesthat go on the inside edge of the connecting doors (that keeps them close... See more
There's a build up of moisture inside my windows. It is getting hard to see out of them. How can I clean them and stop this from happening anymore?
Someone once told me about a way to make caulking easier so that it looks neat & smooth. I can't remember, but maybe using tape & then after caulking pull the tape o... See more
Do you have any foam in the shape of a LONG TUBE that measures 31" in length? I need one to cover the bottom of my front door during the colder months. I would not l... See more
About two weeks ago, my husband knocked the plastic trim off of our front door. Several of the pieces that hold it on broke and the trim cracked and chipped as well.... See more
I have vertical blinds Dk. Green material on front- Thin form on back. Can they be painted? I was thinking chalk paint?? in a lt. beige or open to ideas...
We are looking for a key that will work in the attached Victorian indoor house lock. Anyone know which type we should buy?