I have stained and varnished the wood, so it won't get damaged.
I used a double sided foam tape to hang a lightweight cloth flag in a bedroom.I removed the flag and can't remove the tape. HELP
I’m have one bedroom wall the pain is peeling out I’m want remove all for pain again I’m remove some but the othe I’m can’t pls help me
I have an indoor wall in my kitchen that is showing damp. how can I deal with it.
I have repainted my bathroom but around my tub is sheet rock and I wanted to know an easy way to waterproof it.
Caulking keeps cracking need to know how to keep it from cracking or a better solution?
Ceiling is cracking and the sheetrock tape is coming up. Is there a diy advice for this?
I need expert advice on how to dehimidify and prevent further water damage. It’s freezing cold down in the basement apartment. Smells like mildew. I’m going to mo... See more
I’ve watched lots of you tub videos on how to remove wallpaper n have been able to get paper off but having lots of problems getting glue backing off walls. Any su... See more
Bought a house and the vent fans need changed. This is a 2-part problem/question...The hole is different and would require major patching to change it...Also, any su... See more
Is there anything I can use to fill in small areas of mortar that has come out around bricks on my house and steps. To have it removed and refilled again with mortar... See more
I just want to seperate two rooms, I don't want to block off the view altogether.
I have purchased a brown roll of paper because I wanted a consistent "vein" look through out the walls and the brown paper bags I was getting would sometimes be "vein... See more
It is an older home, not much crawl space. There is mold growing in almost all of the rooms up to about 18 inches or so. The back rooms of the house were flooded abo... See more
Popcorn ceiling was professionally removed from our entire home, refinished and painted. The second story ceiling in the hallway is cracking and falling off. It wa... See more
I have plywood walls in my 1942 home and I was wondering how to redo them without replacing them with drywall, etc. Any ideas?