I bought a white Christmas tree a couple years ago and when I went to remove it from the box to set it up for Christmas, it had yellow spots all over. Any hope in ge... See more
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 think it's brass but I'm not sure.
I made this eons ago. I'm afraid to use the hair dryer as it may dislodge some of the flowers. Worse dust is on top of the ribbon. Any thoughts?
I have tried vinegar, foam cleaners, etc. Mirror is 35 years old.
My aunt gave me this old metal birdcage, and I'm hoping to turn it into a plant stand for my patio. What's the best method to gently remove some of this rust? And if ... See more
How best to clean silk/plastic flower arrangements? They have accumulated 15+ years of dust...
I have this beautiful vintage brass leaf trinket tray that has some varnish on it and want to bring it back to life!! What is the best way to clean it with items I m... See more
As you can see the before pictures there was a lot of wax. I was able to remove it all, but as you can see the candelabra's were painted and the paint is peeling off... See more
What is the Easiest way to clean silver dish
My late mother painted several paintings on wood and they have become very dingy. What's the safest and best way to "bring them back to life"?
Sorry in pic it's polar bears not penguin which need cleaning too! Polar bears are made of a type of tinsel with a hard wire thru it but is very delicate! Please help... See more
I have a dozen or more of old candles and I hate to throw the jars away. I would love to be able to reuse them if I can get the old and leftover wax out easily enoug... See more
How can artificial plants be cleaned on a regular basis? Other than getting sprays that don't work very well, I'd like to know if anyone has any tips on how to clea... See more
I forgot to clean out my paint brushes after finishing a craft. They dried out and are hard as rocks. I've tried soaking them in hot water, added dish soap, but it ... See more
The hot water, foil process doesn't keep tarnish away for long. Is there a cream or polish that works?
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
It's a liquid silver necklace (silver beads on threads). The necklace is blackened.....reluctant to immerse as the threads may be damaged.
I have a horrible decal on the ceramic tile (a circle) glued to the bathroom door. I need a how-to to either get the tile off the door (without damaging the door) or ... See more