How to repair wood furniture scratches and more!
Trim painting made easy. I need to remember this when it's time to paint!
What Everyone Should Know About Painting Perfect Lines
Use a rubber band to remove a stripped screw. Repinned by Suzanna Kaye of A Space That Works Organizing www.aspacethatworks.com Follow on Pinterest: sletchford and organizing articles on Facebook: SuzannaKayeOrganizer strip screw, idea, household, rubberband, rubber bands, removing a stripped screw, trick, work organizing, diy
12 "Why Didn't I Think of That?" Tips
Use a rubber band to remove a stripped screw.
Wine Corks as Cabinet Silencers - Silence cabinet doors that slam by slicing a cork into thin disks and sticking them onto the inside corners of cabinets to muzzle the closing noise. craft painting, the doors, wine corks, home crafts, cupboard doors, cabinet doors, wine bottles, cabinet silenc, kitchen cabinets
silence cabinet doors...
Plastic Bag as Paintbrush Preserver You're painting the kitchen when an emergency (kid's sick at school; Brad Pitt is Ellen's special guest) calls you off the job. To keep brushes and rollers from drying out, place them in bags, and tie them or wrap them with rubber bands to keep out air. The tools will stay moist and protected for a day or so. roller, painting tips, plastic bags, shopping bags, grocery bags, rubber bands, paint session, paint brushes, painting projects
Remembering this when i paint my new house -- To get rid of paint fumes... add a tablespoon of vanilla extract to a gallon of paint, mix well. It does not effect paint color! And makes the whole room smell like vanilla when you're done! HMMMMMM????? idea, new houses, room smell, vanilla extract, mix well, paint colors, paints, paintings, pints
Add a tablespoon of vanilla extract per pint of paint & mix it in REALLY well. It doesn't affect the paint but it will get rid of the smell & you'll be able to breath more easily with your next painting project.
Aluminum foil covers the paint pan..toss after painting... So smart. So simple. So, why did I never think of this?
Use yogurt cups to catch paint drips: Cut a hole in a lid large enough for a paintbrush handle. Slip the handle through the opening, and paint mess-free. | Photo: Tina Rupp | thisoldhouse.com help hint, cup, plastic containers, clean diy, help trick, common household, old houses, paint brushes, decorating tips
Yogurt Cups Catch Paint Drips Cut a hole in a lid large enough for a paintbrush handle. Slip the handle through the opening, and paint mess-free. www.toh.com
Paint old brass door knobs and hinges
13 Painting secrets the pros won't tell you - Popular Mechanics
How to paint trim like the pro's do. Love this site. Lots of tips and tricks
Making textured rollers with a hot glue gun...............a roller of some sort (cut up pieces of PVC, empty rolls of tape, couplings for PVC, plastic rolling pins from the dollar store or craft store). a sharpie. a hot glue gun. They only cost a couple of bucks. extra hot glue sticks. clay, stamp, diy glue stick, glue gun projects, craft stores, hot glue, paint, pvc pipes, textur roller
Making textured rollers with a hot glue gun
Don't laugh...nobody wants to deal with a leaking toilet, but no need to call the plumber! Prettyhandygirl.com is a great website that has outstanding step by step photo directions on how to do simple home repairs YOURSELF :) Why waste 200 bucks on a service call when you can fix it yourself and buy shoes instead!!! :) diy ideas, toilet repair, replac, clean toilet, toilets, hous, diy home, home repairs, diy projects
Don't laugh...nobody wants to deal with a leaking toilet, but no need to call the plumber! Prettyhandygirl.com is a great website that has outstanding step by step photo directions on how to do simple home repairs YOURSELF :) Why waste 200 bucks on a service call when you can fix it yourself and buy shoes instead!!! :)
Entire page of mess-free painting tips
How to paint over glossy furniture WITHOUT SANDING!
Everything you need to know about spray painting furniture!
Sharpen a Paper Shredder with Tin Foil. I started doing this a few years ago and it works really well. You can also spray oil on a few sheets of paper and run them through to lubricate the blades. Works great! I've used WD40 and I bet most any oil would work.
Apparently you can paint countertops with a product by Rust-Oleum called Countertop Coating. Pinner said: "Best $80 we spent at Walmart!" paint countertops, paint laminate countertops, painted laminate countertops, lamin countertop, countertop coat, painting laminate countertops, diy laminate countertops, diy painting countertops, painted countertops diy
How to Paint Countertops Using Laminate Countertop Paint