One of a set of four louvered and painted wood panels used in a double wide doorway has become warped. Does anyone have any suggestions at all as t...
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1. Can you use polyurethane over Minwax Wood Putty?2. How can you keep the Wood Putty from sinking into the holes?
Working with wood I would like to attach the top to the sides without exposing the screws. I realize I can angle the screw in and would like this ...
I need to cut off about 1 1/2 inches from the bottom of a Larson storm door. Any advice as to the best type of circular saw blade to use? I've be...
My basement drain works fine, but it seems to be getting a sewer gas smell from time to time, particularly during dry weather. I'm trying to figur...
I have just purchased a new house. The bathroom wood door frame is in terrible shape and even looks like it was installed improperly (it separates ...
Yesterday, we had a beautiful "pine" armstrong faux wood floor put in our kitchen. Unfortunately it makes our 1950's knotty pine cabinets look too ...
I am trying to find a plywood edger bit that I saw in a catalog several months ago. It makes a very slight concave edge on plywood so that the edg...
hi there, it's me again.we are moving at the end of the month into a 2900 sq ft handcrafted log home.. and we would like to just wipe all the logs....
hi there,we have a lge plank pine table.. we have had it for a number of years now.it was originally just coated with a clear stain, and with time....
I am replacing the doors in my home and would like to know if anyone can give me an idea about what I should expect to pay to have someone install ...
can anyone tell me if you have to remove drywall to put up panels or can i just put right over drywall. and if i put up chair rail do i have to cut...
When our house was built 20 years ago, we wanted 2 sinks in the master bathroom. However, the builder failed to let us know just how small that "m...
How do you install the ballesters into a wooden handrail on new stairs we had built?
Has anyone found a tried-and-true method of spot refinishing stained-laquered pine and oak casing, mouldings, etc? I want to do some minor repairs...
I am trying to cope an inside corner of crown molding and not being very successful. Could someone tell me the proper angles to cut the coped boar...
When installing crown molding, what determines which edge is the top? Also, can it be coped, or only cut with compound angles?