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  • Mary Dulas

    This worked better than ANY of the hardwood floor cleaners or methods I've tried! My floors are finished but damaged in places (we wear shoes in the house), but I'm very pleased with the results. CAUTION: the floors are a bit slippery, even after drying them with a terry cloth towel. Not good for grandparents or running children ;)

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tiered bowl using dollar store bowls and candlesticks...brilliant

Very good instructions on how to restore old furniture.-- pin now read later... Pinned this for Hubby. We have some awesome solid wood furniture that was given to us but it was painted red. 😁 time to fix this

  • FlashPop

    This is great but you can avoid nasty stripper chemicals by sanding instead. (With a mask on, of course)

  • Cindy Canchola

    Will be using this in the near future!

  • Lynn Murphy

    My favorite meditation: furniture stripping. But check for the lead!

To make a leaf bowl, here is what you will need: Several dozen palm-sized leaves. They should still be pliable and not dry. If you wish you may use artificial fall leaves. Mod Podge. Paintbrush Plastic Wrap Cooking Spray Paint Brush Medium sized bowl Once you have your supplies organized, put the bowl together!

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