I have a wooden antique chest that my grandfather made. It was stored in an old shed that had mice, etc in it and the smell from the inside of the chest is horrible!... See more
I have an upholstered rocking chair from the 70s and I am having a hard time letting it go since I rocked my babies in it. ( Yep, very sentimental, and so is my 41/yo... See more
I am trying to find this DIY. Draw outlines of sea life ie: fish octopus, some small caves on underside of a glass patio table top, flip over glass and paint ocean bl... See more
I moved into a new apartment building, circa, 1980's and the kitchen cabinets stunk! I cleaned out the all the cabinets with water/bleach solution, which seemed to he... See more
I found a 54” round table top. It was from a school cafeteria. I’d love to finish it off with tile or other ideas anyone may have so I can use it in my “beachy... See more
I’ve had these pieces for many years but the hardware (see pic #1 & #2) has always been an issue for me. I hate it & it’s very painful if I knock into it. I recen... See more
How to finish off the backside of a piece of furniture?I am downsizing my home. I have a dining room hutch that I love and could provide storage space in a smaller ho... See more
I just bought an outdoor plastic lighted Santa that is in desperate need of paint. The problem is it looks like others have tried but the paint didn't stick. Plus, I... See more
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
How to get rid of white spots on furniture left there from a glass of water.
Short of burning, I have spent too much time trying to get this out. I am trying to replace them.
I have a tree stump -no bark- and would like to paint a scenic mountain design all the way around it for a table base but can find no patterns/ideas. has anyone seen... See more
I have tried stripper and sanding and it is really really slow. Any suggestions?
My Thomasville pecan dining table has foam rubber residue on the top. The residue is from a cheap table pad that was left on table too long. Can it be removed witho... See more
I have an oak table that I need to make the same height as my baker's table to accomodate the granite slab I have for the top. What would be the best way to do this w... See more
the top is marred. I don't care if i have to redo the whole thing, but that water stain is the main problem right now. Ideas anyone?
How do I antique very dark furniture into something light