Basically I make lots of cute polymer clay creations. And all of them are unique! I can never make the same thing twice. This time I tried a real challenge and tried ... See more
This little item was in a box of junk I got at an auction. I wondered if it is worth the time to fix it up? If so, I need some ideas?
Two large Walmart rugs are "crumbling" as they age. Whenever they are moved a bit, light colored fine dust-like stuff is dislodged from the underside. Any ideas for c... See more
I bought a large mirror from a lady and I see scratches down the side of it. The scratches are about 2 ins. from the edge. Is there any way to get them out or at leas... See more
One of my tenants managed to blow a hole through the sink in master bath. How can i fix this?!
for holding VERY lightweight prism curtain over shower window. 72" rod is maybe a third inch too short for space. Don't want to glue anything to handicap shower (very... See more
I had the bathtub reglazed can it be removed
I have several sweaters & sweatshirts that have fuzz ball so bad that I cant wear them...a razor is way to time consuming...any ideas?
I made some key chain wristlits and mailed one to my sister when she opened the package the hardware had fallen offi used special pliers for clamping has anyone had t... See more
Is there a spray? All the sprays I have found on the internet are for living plants and not cut evergreen branches. Any suggestions? My wreath doesn't have a Chris... See more
I recently purchased some imperfect towels. Some have a thin line down the towel where the fabric is thinner. Any suggestions on how I can repair or upcycle the towel... See more
Mirror scratched husband hit w electric razor. Not cipped but can see a 1/4 inch black mark. I remember somebody mentioning resilvering a mirror. How can I do this
I dropped a cherished mug in the sink this morning and the handle broke off into several pieces. Some of the pieces look like dust and I can’t fix it. My husband ga... See more
I have seen people make molds of the other side of a frame and then casting the piece they need, but what product do you use? Or what other way can I fix it?
I inherited a small, antique sterling silver bowl that is very pitted. I think it was used to hold a potted plant. I can't remove the extensive pitting and don't want... See more
I wish to refurbish my old clock. Shoud I do or not? Thanks
my high school year book from 50 years ago was accidentally left out in the rain while i was moving. Pages are now stuck together.does anyone have a suggestion on how... See more
It swings for 4 to 7 minutes, then stops. It is level on the wall. It has never done this before.
The lamp is all wire strings. the inner is hard plastic which became brittle an cracked all over. If I take it all off you will be able to see thru the lamp. Bulb an ... See more