Have you ever seen a beautiful bottle and wished you could use it for something but it has a painted on label? Me too. Well I found out how to remove it! I was looking on Pinterest and found that y... More
Nothing brightens up a room like a fresh coat of paint—but the unfortunate side effects of many painting projects are spills and splatters. Even the most careful painters can find their hard work marred by drips on the countertop, linoleum, or carpeting. Fortunately, most paint splotches can be cleaned up with a few handy household cleansers and tools—rags, alcohol, nail polish remover, and sometimes just plain water—along with a bit of elbow grease. Here are some tips on how to remove paint…
Removing years of bad paint decisions from hinges and door knobs. Easy as water, heat, and baking soda. I actually did this in my old bungalow. Really very easy, butr emember, metal gets hot people.... I may or may not have burned myself.
Removing Oil, Paint and Other Concrete Stains Remove oil and grease stains from concrete using TSP and other cleaners http://www.familyhandyman.com/garage/removing-oil-paint-and-other-concrete-stains/view-all