I have had to redo my vintage metal patio furniture every year because it chips off, what am I doing wrong? There's what I did/do: remove excess paint by first scrapi... See more
i have a trundle bed but is to high to use for me to use due to a health challange. I would like to keep the head board and foot board but find a way to move the matt... See more
How do I fix a 107i n bathroom builder grade email@example.com
How or where can I have a recliner repaired. A spring has fallen out. I can no longer fold the leg/foot support down. Otherwise it’s in perfect condition. It’s ju... 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 picked this up from my grandma's garage and now I don't know exactly what I want to do with it. It is 8" x 9" x 62".
This has several spots on the nightstand on it. It matches my bedroom suit. I have tried several things to get it off. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
I found an antique looking dresser in a Goodwill store for $7.00. It was pure wood, the drawers indicated that. The outside was scratched and stain marked.How can I t... See more
Have tried furniture polish and mayonnaise.....didn't help.
I have several shelves inside cabinets that have a disgusting greasy-feeling yellow gunk adhering to them like glue and nothing I've found will take it off. even SOS... See more
I purchased 'self-adhesive faux moss for my Easter decorating. I did not see any warnings or cautions on the bag, I proceeded to stick the moss to a wood shelf in my... See more
The beveled edges around the mirror which are glass came shattered. I dont want to return the mirror. I need ideas on how to fix the edges?
What can I do with 3 extra drawers to have more storage?
I have teak furniture with these huge cushions that I can not replace but need to recover and I can not sew except to hand stitch something. Ugh, help.
Have a tempered glass patio table that has paint on the underside. It's began flaking off a year ago. Is there an easy way to remove all of it? Always thought it w... See more
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
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?
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
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