I have a recliner, not even very old, and the vinyl is peeling off, most noticeably on the top part of the back, but also on the seat. Any ideas ? The chair is in gre... See more
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
It has turned cloudy (white) on the bottom and lower sides. How can I restore it? HELP please!!
I want to redo this sofa table with a white washed look. However, the glass on both of the shelves is missing. I don’t want to replace it with glass because of the ... See more
Hi, is there a way to repair cigarette burns on a couch cushion?cant flip the cushion over, there's too many on that side. The other side has 2 burns. Is there a way ... See more
I am planning on painting the kitchen cabinets. They have been painted previously. I buy my paint etc at Lowes since I have their credit card. My question is what kin... See more
Protecting arms and head area on leather chairs
My metal framed patio table, 30"x60", HAD a textured glass top until I broke it putting the umbrella in the hole. What can I replace it with that costs less than $100... See more
I have 2 cheap laminated book cases I would like to paint, but, am a little leery cause I don't want to ruin them.
how to paint compressed wood furniture
I would like it to hold totes for paper, plastic and tin
I bought a dresser that had contact paper on the top and when I pulled it off discovered that part of the oak veneer top was missing on one end. They had filled it i... See more
How do I repair the water damaged ceiling above the fireplace? Thank you!
Second hand, but I’d love to be able to use the existing tiles/do less breaking and revamping, if you know what I mean. The tiles are all sloping towards the center... See more
We took the old popcorn ceiling off in our livingroom and thought we could just paint it. We fixed some hairline cracks where the joint in the sheetrock are, primed a... See more
Can somebody tell me what this is called? I’m refurbishing a child’s rocking horse and a pair of these are holding the legs to the body, I need to replace them bu... See more
Bought 2 poufs for the living room thinking I was going to use one color scheme and completely changed it. Any way to cover a fabric pouf without actually sewing?
The swing has crossbars for the seat, but nothing for the back, just the metal frame. I'd like to use treated wood for back support, but don't know how to attach it ... See more