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
HOW do I re-do a metal file cabinet so I can place it in my den where I have office space?
i have a old rocker chair. I want to redo it
I have a chipped and peeling laminated nightstand top, otherwise the nightstand is perfectly fine. Can anyone recommend a quick fix?
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
My spouse attempted to clean a leather couch with alcohol, but it left discoloring (see photo). Is there any way to “spot repair” only the discolored area? I real... See more
I received a kitchen table (butcher style top) that is 10 inches too long. Is there some way of cutting it down to size?
On my front porch the landlord has a metal glider swing that is over eighty yrs old and could use a new coat of paint. There is some surface rust. I wanted to know if... See more
A mouse built it's nest in an old dresser drawer that's been in storage for several years, someone left the drawer open at some point and mice moved in, probably for ... 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!
How tO make bed base , easiest way never made anything before.my bedroom is only small, I can take up to 4ft for width, Which I believe is a small double. The probl... See more
we recently had a new table top made with the existing base but now the table is 2”higher than the originalthe chairs are really two low now and they are solid chai... See more
This table had many layers of poly so I started by sanding. 80...180...220...a little of everything I could find. When the sanding appeared to only be creating a stri... See more
Any good ideas how to fix this piece or a diy that would work?
Is there a finishing wax that I can use on my freshly white washed fireplace, to protect from the dark soot of the wood? I used white chalk paint. Thank you!
We inherited this beautiful antique. I would like to make it functional while maintaining the integrity of the piece. I do not want to paint. I would like to be able ... See more
Has anyone used denatured alcohol to remove stain or shellac from wood? Also anyone know if primer can be used before chalk paint? If so does it need to be water base... See more
saw One with plywood base and wheels made from lead pipes.
I love this style cabinet and am trying to figure out how to even search for it online. Does anyone know - Art Deco? Vintage? Retro... I’m not good at these sort of... See more
I would likke to use sheets to cover couch and love seat. what is the best way to go/
Stands upright and held many CD's. Thought I could reuse somehow?