4 solutions for fixing black spots on vintage mirrors (click through for more)

4 Solutions for Dark Spots on Vintage Mirrors

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Looks so good! Quinoa Fried "Rice" {Quinoa, Bell Pepper, Onion, Edamame, Carrots, Ginger, GF Tamari} via Girl Makes Food #clean #healthy #takeout

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Make your own dresser TV stand

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if only i had four grand to spare...i've been watching this company for years - their products are amazing and the prices (shockingly) are coming down bb

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Kitchen window.

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Paint it! Thomas Liquid Stainless Steel can be used on appliances, faucets and countertops. The water-based resin is stainless steel in liquid form, and it provides a brushed-stainless look that is as durable as an automotive-grade finish. 8 Things You Didnt Know You Could Paint : DIY Network

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love these!

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Soak orange peels in vinegar for two weeks in a sealed mason jar then pour the vinegar into a spray bottle. Use as a non-toxic and yummy smelling "green" cleaner. I love using vinegar to clean with but have always wondered how to make it smell better - can't wait to do this!

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My Repurposed Life™: Repurposed Cribs (parts)

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How to Recondition and Re-Season Cast Iron Cookware

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Brillliant idea for any length seam guide on any sewing machine.

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House of Turquoise: Kitchen

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House of Turquoise: Flea Market Trixie

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pink stairs...

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cookbook bookshelf...I am IN LOVE with this idea <3

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dreamy kitchen. I could do this.

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Awesome site showing paint colors (and their name) in real rooms!

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Vinegar works as a wood stain when you add a metal object in the mix and let it sit in a glass container for a week.  A handful of pennies will produce a beautiful pale Caribbean blue stain.  A wad of steel wool will give you a rich reddish hue.  A combination of tea and a metal object in vinegar will produce a black stain.

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blue

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Via Little Helsinki

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Rainwater harvesting

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Curtain, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, ca. 1955

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