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    DIY Home Improvement Projects

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    DIY Handyman website with tips and tricks of how to fix things around the house!

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    The Family Handyman (DIY Home Improvement)

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    how to fix almost anything that could go wrong in your home Pin and read #room designs #home design ideas #home decorating before and after #modern house design| http://bonsaichristy.blogspot.com

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  • Quench Magazine

    Great tips. Questions always arise when I'm in the middle of decorating. Good guide.

  • Tera Jean Frederick

    Thanks! It's good to have these tip handy. Never know when you never know when you might need them :)

1. Leather: Nail polish remover~ Dip a q-tip in nail polish remover and dab it on the scuffmark. 2. Cloth or Canvas: Tooth paste and an old toothbrush~ Gently buffing out scuffs with a toothbrush and toothpaste. You can also substitute water and baking soda in for toothpaste. 3. Vinyl and suede shoes: Rubber eraser~ Just rub the end of your eraser against the scuffs to fade them

  • Mary Holmes

    I've only tried the suede treatment, but pretty amazing what an eraser can do for scuff marks! Took a brush to the boots after and they looked pretty good!

  • Lorelei Tyce

    thank gosh for the suede treatment!

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