I have tried stripper and sanding and it is really really slow. Any suggestions?
I put up shiplap in a small nook area. I attached the shiplap to furring strips because I did not want to damage the walls. The problem I am having now is that the ho... See more
We have matching wing chair recliners and one of them now has a broken spring. It's the wavy spring that goes from front to back of seat. Everyone I've talked to says... See more
Hello! I have white mesh sling patio chairs stained with an orange/beige color which we are thinking is sunscreen. I’ve tried everything from bleach to dish soap to... See more
It is a7.5 foot umbrella
The doors are still drying and need another coat. Do I need a top coat or a 3rd coat on the vanity
Hey Hometalkers! I'd really like to give my son's train table a makeover by painting the drawers and staining the rest, but I'm not sure it's possible. The table is m... See more
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
How important are they? We had a 9" tall box spring that came as part of a set. They made the bed too tall to get into, so I removed the wood frame from the box sprin... See more
What can I use to cover the top of my ugly dresser? Is there any type of paper that I can use.
How to get rid of white spots on furniture left there from a glass of water.
My partner and I bought this lovely dresser which was covered with a very bad white shiny paint job. He stripped and sanded to bare wood and then painted with a ureth... See more
I have a very old desk that is in great condition except for the top. It is that old, hard rubber and it has a lot of dings and gashes (for lack of a better term). I ... 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