I have a king sized bed that has a thick mattress. My problem is that quilts or comforters for a king sized bed are not long enough on the sides. My sheets hang out a... See more
I have a cloth footstool that is very stained. Any ideas how to cover, or can I paint it?
I have a porcelain or enamel top table I bought for 30 bucks from a women on Facebook. It appears someone either spraypainted the top or painted it with something gri... See more
I'm trying to identify the correct term for the type of "dresser?" This is, and what it is worth. All I know about it is that it is pulaski made. Please help!
I inherited an old Hall Tree from my grandmother's house. The mirror had been broken so it just has a big empty space. I thought I might just cut cardboard to fit a... See more
I have 1980's (1990's) upholstered dining chairs that have gold accented legs and arms. How should I paint these parts without it chipping? Does anyone have picture... See more
I have several old bentwood chairs and they are all creaky and wobbly. Some worse than others. I originally thought it would be easy to just strengthen them with some... See more
Old bookcase. I pulled a chair over to demonstrate the colors on my lanai. All suggestions welcome. Thanks in advance!
Hi, I have a potential client that is requested my services to refinish two dressers(one is a tall 5 drawer and the other is a 8 drawer long dresser). I use Fusion Mi... See more
Hello Friends,I have a bookshelf which is quite old, however it is usable.. It has few marks and scratches, wanted to paint it. I may select the color Cherry brown wh... See more
Is there a way to remove chalk paint and wax from a piece of wood furniture without sanding it?
I want to refurbish kitchen cabinets built in 1953. They are solid, and have historical value, but are getting worn around the door handles and edges. There is a poss... See more
We have acacia wood countertops and I did a dumb thing I stained them and left the stain on them without wiping it off and so I had to sand off all the stain I left o... See more
The table feels like a wood look formica but it is on solid wood. I hate to try acetone in case it ruins the top. It's been on there for over 10 years now.
I'm redoing a french provincial curio cabinet. The existing finish is cream and I plan to make it a light gray with a graige sponge affect over it. I'm wondering if... See more