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.
From my Flea Market finds I have a couple of cleaning jobs to do. What is a good way to clean cast iron? What is a good way to clean brass?
My great grandmother gave me the doily, I thought about wax paper and ironing to get the wax off, but I want to save the doily! Anyone have experience with this? Than... See more
Have white lampshades that have several spots of dirt on them. How do I clean them?
I have a six ft. tree with small silk leaves with years of dust on the upper portion.
I have some silver pieces that have been in storage. They are black in color now. What is a quick & easy way to clean?
I have some beautiful peacock and pheasant feathers. They are really needing a cleaning, but where do I start without ruining them?
I want to protect the lamp. I live in a very duty area. I do not want to scratch it when I dust it.
Have 2 wooden cigar type boxes one has a sticker partially stuck on the top any ways to clean it off, goof off tryed. Thanks
I've had this beautiful piece of yard art for years, trying almost every summer to handsome him up again, but none of the usual, store-bought rust removers and such w... See more
When they are wet the colors are beautiful and vibrant, but when they dry the colors are dull.
I saved a wine bottle project on here and then later I saw something about what you put in the hot water to not only get the label but also the glue off. Unfortunate... See more
I have bought a property that used to be a farriers property many years ago and all over the section are old rusty horseshoes. Any ideas on how to tidy them up?
I unpacked antique china only to find it was wrapped in cellophane. China that has been stored in cellophane is a mess - it is printed and is stuck to the fine china ... See more
I need some idea how to get the white that looks like milk from the inside of antique karafs (bottles).
There is a protective coating on the bowls that I can't remove to polish the bowls. How do I remove the coating so that I can polish them?
The said rod does not look neat nor nice. I want to cover its surface and make it look smooth and beautiful. Thank you.