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?
Asking for a friend: this 1929 Great Crash rarity has “foxxing” a type of mold in the “rag” (cotton) paper stock. Many people say, don’t touch it, others sa... See more
I have several large brass urns that need some attention. Any ideas will be helpful. Thank you.
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
I have an engraved navy link bracelet that’s over 75 years old. I think it’s stainless steel. I want to gently clean it
what is an easy way to clean my chandelier that is hanging above my dining room table?
These are rounded votive holders. So the wax in the bottom is wider than the opening. Any ideas other than putting them in hot water to soften the wax to pull it out?
I have tried vinegar, foam cleaners, etc. Mirror is 35 years old.
i found this cute little magic lamp thingy and it's made in india, i think it's brass, it's really tarnished. how do i polish it up?it's brass, it's really tarnished.... See more
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
Who makes the sticky note adhesive? How do you clean the stencil to remove the spray
When they are wet the colors are beautiful and vibrant, but when they dry the colors are dull.
After I pour out the used water from cut flowers. Thanks for any advice as to how to clean off the stuck on dried white opaque powdery substance and how to easily , ... See more
I have two mirrors in my house that have a smudgy film on them. I clean them and come back half an hour later and all the smudges are back
Our grandson sprayed that silly string on it. It now has his design work almost like etched onto the mirror. Any suggestions on how to remove them......He will never ... See more