My down pillow is unusable as it is because the edge under my head ends up being about half an inch thick with all the down migrated up to the top edge. I'm thinking ... See more
First, I’d like to say thanks again for all of the help concerning this problem! I really appreciate it and all of the suggestions. For reference, my original post ... See more
I accidentally left something wet on my bamboo cutting board and now it has a large dark area in the middle. Is there any way I can restore it?
Edges need to be flat, how do i do it and can some furniture sit on an angle in it
They got corroded in hurricane Katrina and are very badly damaged with some parts unrecognizable. I'd like to get them to match as well as possible. There will have t... See more
I have a rag rug that I absolutely love, but it's too big for the room I want to put it in. How can I cut it down without having it unravel? It's about 8 x 10 and I... See more
I think they are solid stainless steel. I don't remember what or how they were originally strung. Ihere is a small hole at top of each tube with little hanger attache... See more
The handle on this MCM hand mixer is cracked through. If I use the wrong glue, there’s no recourse. I will take it apart to glue it, so I can try a spot on the back... See more
I have some currency from the forties. Anyone have suggestions on what they are and how to preserve.
I dropped my favorite pottery mug. The bottom part of the handle broke off. What is the best glue to use to repair it?
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 have an old comforter that needs to refurbished, is there any company or person that can refurbish my comforter. I live in the New York area.Thank you,Gary Azarian
Hello! I have a black plastic phone case that had an autograph in silver sharpie over it. I had it sprayed with Krylon sealant, but it started to get scratched off. S... See more