I have a brass lampshade, which I bought at Auction for £5. I wish to use it as a ceiling light shade in my bedroom. Once I have it shiney using lemon and salt, h... See more
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?
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 beautiful very old mirror, no matter what brand of glass cleaner I use, I can't get the white powder look out.
Have white lampshades that have several spots of dirt on them. How do I clean them?
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
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"?
The hot water, foil process doesn't keep tarnish away for long. Is there a cream or polish that works?
soaking it in very hot water....its just not coming off!! Help!
I have an old oil painting (a wedding gift to my mother in 1967) and I happen to know the artist. Question is: I know it hung in a house where there was likely smoker... See more
I have a large copper cauldron used by my father to make apple butter --hung over a fire pit? I would like to clean/shine it up to turn it into a side table? Does a... 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'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