I was in Ulta today and a sales lady dropped nail polish. They immediately began poring sugar on it. Did you know sugar makes nail polish clump up and you can sweep it right off the floor? I watched them. No scrubbing at all!
How To Fix Scratches on Wood Furniture - Our Home Sweet Home
The Domestic Bliss Squared blog shares how to fix scratches on wood furniture. You won’t believe how easy it is to do. You can really give new life to old, worn out furniture to pieces you love and don’t want to throw away because of the scratches. The girls over at the blog no longer...
How to Create Faux Reclaimed Wood Countertops
Some of the biggest expenses in a kitchen remodel are countertops and cabinets. So what's a budget-savvy Remodelaholic to do? Paint the cabinets and DIY the countertops, of course! Today's guest has a fabulous tutorial
How To Repair Wood Furniture Scratches
Don't miss out! Follow DIYcozyHome.com on Facebook and bring more love and life into your home. This is a super helpful article I had bookmarked from This Old House. I am sure that if you have kids, pets or a clumsy husband... this article will be extremely helpful LOL. Over time our furniture experiences some wear and tear that just can't be avoided. It adds up too and before you know it the entire top of your dresser is covered in cat claw marks, candle holder scratches and lots of little…
Quick Tip #24: How to Remove Water Rings from Wood Furniture
Use an iron! Set to medium heat and turn off the steam. Cover the water mark with a white t-shirt or cotton dishcloth. Then, iron the t-shirt just above the mark, going over it until the mark disappears. Ironing through one layer of t-shirt works better than ironing through two layers. Larger marks might take a few extra minutes.