I have a room with two layers of wallpaper and I want to remove both layers since edges are peeling up. I have tried just Tried soaking and in little pieces. It would... See more
Hi, I'm working on replacing a bad bathtub caulk job. Problem I have run into is that there is a pretty significant gap from the tile to the bathtub. Are there any be... See more
We recently installed a new rectangular vent/fan in place of the square one that was there. However, we now have a one inch gap along one side since the shape was d... See more
The corners of my drywall are so beat-up! After I do repairs, what would I use to cover/protect them from the abuse they must endure? Can I paint the protective cov... See more
Or the hot water heat pipes?
Best way to remove wallpaper when wall was not prepared for wallpaper ?
Kitchen cabinet wrapped at bottom, made out of individual tung and gruve boards
Is there an inexpensive way i can fix my bathroom walls. It looks like the owners before me were going to put tiles on the wall but then did not and just painted over... See more
Looking for some advice on the best way to fix this split and sagging joist in my attic. Here's my relatively uneducated plan to fix it but not sure if i'm going abou... See more
I discovered some grout cracks in between my tiles in the bathroom. It's next to the bathtub. I don't want to take all the grout out and redo it, so I was wondering i... See more
The guy originally overlapped the seams cause he said it would shrink. Didn’t do that and I have just tried to ignore it but in the last year it is sort of curling... See more
We moved to a new condo about 6 months ago and I was told that the water here is very hard. I am noticing that I can't seem to get the water marks off of the shower w... See more
Our home was built in 1946 and the tile above the tub is yellow with a pink trim. The floor is red Spanish tile and the counter tops are patterned multi colored Spa... See more
The bricks on my home are wet. No precipitation and there wet. The area around and down the roofline of the fireplace. I have not used the fireplace in the 4 years t... See more
I just moved into a rental and there is old wallpaper in bathrooms that has lifted. What is the best way to glue it back down
It's in my bathroom & in bad condition. Don't want to remove it because I know it will be very bad beneath it!
The paint used to be fine, never had a problem. Professional painters painted it last time,.....sanded it, applied kiltz, then ceiling paint. All the applications ... See more
My husband accidentally grabbed the towel bar when he slipped. He pulled it right out of the wall. I don't want to change the location. How can I fix it.