I'm looking for a special lock for a vintage Formica table leg. The legs have two slits that fit over two oblong attachments on bottom of table. Then there are unique... See more
I have a bentwood rocker, 50 years old, cane going, other than paying ridiculous $$ to repair, what can I do with it other than throw it away
I have oiled all the mechanical. And tightened up bolts and screws. It is coming from left side. When I tightened screws yesterday, no squeak for 3 hrs. Back to squea... See more
Hi there:Wondering if anyone has tried the new Rust-Oleum Outdoor Fabric Spray Paint yet? Trying to decide if it's a better alternative than buying new covers for my ... See more
It’s a beautiful slick shiney finish and I’m just a little hesitate but needs updating!
I'm trying to make the frame for a porch swing bed. Im not sure how big to make them and what kind of wood to use. Thanks you all. OH and should I make it a twin or f... See more
Mostly I am speaking regarding my end tables? My beautiful 2 year old grandson is "playfully building" towers, ships, air planes etc on the end tables in the living ... See more
I have gold pendant lights above my island and sink. We are changing everything to silver. How can I paint them without have to disconnect and take them down? Is th... See more
Want to replace glass inserts in two end tables. Can’t be anything breakable but thin enough not to be higher than the outside frame of the top. Suggestions?
I am painting my first chest with chalk paint. Since I am painting it black it is taking 3 coats. When the 3rd coat was still wet, I noticed a small hair and tried to... See more
I want to cheer up this old (no idea the kind of wood) hutch, china, curio. One of the glass panes broke. I thought of replacing all with mesh or just replacing the s... See more
Without having to use the usual "risers" is there any other way of making a metal bed frame higher?
I have an old camel back trunk that is locked and I can't find the key. Any suggestions on how to get it open or a company that sells this kind of key? Pictures att... See more
How do I antique very dark furniture into something light
I used a Carnauba car wax to seal my chalk paint, painted furniture in my Airbnb. It went on very easily, looked good until my guests spilt their drinks/ placed water... See more
I have a great project in mind (painting upholstery), but will need fabric medium--lots of it. That stuff is super expensive (especially when I'll need to purchase qu... See more
I had recently purchased this amazing Mango wood coffee table however unfortunately it got a slight crack during transportation (seller doesn't provide replacement). ... See more